Will intervene in Maradu flats demolition issue: Arif Mohammad Khan
Kozhikode: Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan, who assumed office recently, stated that he will intervene in the flat demolition issue in Maradu. He was addressing the media here on Saturday.
“I am concerned about the residents in the flats. The issue should be settled. But as the issue is before the court, I cannot explain further details on the intervention from my part and the government,” said the governor.
He arrived at Kozhikode to visit former union minister KP Unnikrishnan in Panniyankara here. Arif Mohammad Khan also expressed hope to serve the public in the right way.
“By assuming the Governor’s office, I am not supposed to act as an inspector. I will supervise that the government services reaches each and every person on time. I won’t force anyone to follow my stand. A Governor should make the government more efficient to serve the public. I will definitely ensure that it happens in Kerala,” added Arif Mohammad Khan.