SilverLine row: Union minister asks Kerala govt to hold talks with public


V Muraleedharan. Photo:ANI

Thiruvananthapuram: Union minister of state for external affairs V Muraleedharan asked the state government to interact with the public for resolving their concerns over the SilverLine project.

“Apart from misleading the public in the name of talks with experts, the government should take initiative to address the concerns of the public,” said Muraleedharan here on Saturday.

“The government claimed that they will hold talks with those who oppose SilverLine project. The people are worried about losing their house. The government should hold talks with these people. If Chief Minister can’t do it, he should ask K-Rail MD to hold talks with the people,” he added.

The Union Minister was addressing the media while visiting the people who are facing threat of eviction due to the SilverLine project.

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