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         Posted on :17:17:09 Mar 8, 2018
       Last edited on:17:17:09 Mar 8, 2018
         Tags: Lightr Metro, Sreedharan, corruption, Chennit

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has said that packing off E Sreedharan and DMRC from the Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode Light Metro project is to make way for corruption.

He also said that the government will have to pay a hefty price for this ignorance, and the people of Kerala would never forgive the government for this.

He pointed out that the CPM had earlier formed a human-chain saying that E Sreedharan and the DMRC were getting avoided form the construction of the Kochi Metro.

Chennithala said that not giving permission for a meeting to Sreedharan even after he waited for three months shows the arrogance of the CM, and added that the government is sabotaging the service of Sreedharan for some vested interest.

“Only the DMRC has the technical knowhow of Light Metro in India as of now, and if they back off, the out sourcing it to someone from outside would cost three times the project cost. Only the DMRC is capable of completing this project at an optimum cost,”he said.

Chennithala added that if the project is left for Sreedharan and the DMRC, everything including tender procedures will happen under their supervision, and this is the main reason for avoiding Sreedharan and the DMRC from the project.

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