Stay order on Coach factory: Left MPs protest



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The protest led my left MPs infront of the Rail Bhavan against the stay order on the Kanjikkode Coach Factory 

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New Delhi: Chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan wanted Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take necessary actions to lift the stay on the Palakkad Kanjikkode Coach Factory. He complained that the central government had taken a biased stand like never before. He was inaugurating the protest rally of the LDF MPs held before the Rail Bhavan.

The CM said that the coach factor was part of the broken promise of 36 years. The different central governments were cheating Kerala. The situation changed and the permission for the coach factory was granted when the UPA government came to power. But, no subsequent actions were taken.

The project was re-established then with the private partnership of SAIL. Though a letter was given to the Railway authorities about the issue, they didn’t respond. The plan changed from a public partnership to public-private partnership. Even then, the NDA government was reluctant to grant permission for the project.

Kerala need coaches. The CM criticized that though Kerala decided to start the coach factory, the decision was neglected by the central government. He said that the BJP government’s opposition is based on the fact that Kerala is ruled by the LDF government.

The LDF is firm on their stand about the coach factory project. The Minister of Railways Piyush Goyal had sent a letter to Palakkad MP MB Rajesh that the nation has sufficient rail coach factories and currently there is no need for a new one. The LDF’s protest against the stay order on the coach factory was followed by this letter.

 





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Article source: Kerala News

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