As Opposition joins hands against K-Rail, CPM alleges ‘unholy political nexus’
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As Opposition joins hands against K-Rail, CPM alleges ‘unholy political nexus’

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April 1, 2022

With protests led by the Opposition and civil society organisations disrupting the survey and social assessment for the proposed K-Rail Silverline project, the ruling CPI(M) in Kerala has opened a new battlefront — alleging that an “unholy political alliance’’ is at work against the government and the development of the state.


New Delhi, 01 April 2022

As per news report of The Indian Express, Over the last few months, almost the entire opposition – the Congress, BJP, the Indian Union Muslim League, and various Muslim outfits – has been campaigning against what is Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan’s pet project, a semi-speed rail corridor linking the southern and northern ends of Kerala. Last week, as the protests intensified in at least six districts, with protesters uprooting survey stones, the authorities decided to temporarily halt the laying of survey stones. On Monday, however, the state government get past a major hurdle when the Supreme Court refused to stay the land survey process.

Source - The Indian Express

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