MP Veerendra Kumar stood up for adivasis in Wayanad during his final days
Kochi: As a public servant, MP Veerendra Kumar was concerned about the plight of adivasis in Wayanad during his final days. He was anxious whether the pandemic would spread among the adivasis in Wayanad. He highlighted this issue in the video conference Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan held with MPs in the state.
Veerendra Kumar asked the CM to ensure that the disease does not spread among the adivasis and to take adequate measures to prevent that. He reminded that if the pandemic spreads among the adivasis, it would lead to severe repercussions. He said that since the region is a border between two states, many people try to reach Wayanad through the forest.
He asked that proper inspection should be carried out in order to prevent this. Veerendra Kumar also talked about the plight of coffee farmers in Wayanad. He took part in the video conference from his residence in Kozhikode. CM even pointed out that MP Veerendra Kumar was the one who presented the issues within the correct time frame.