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Thiruvallam toll issue: If K Sudhakaran had called Tharoor, it would have been solved: V Sivankutty

Thiruvananthapuram: Education and Labor Minister V Sivankutty has stated that the Thiruvallam toll assortment problem might have been resolved if KPCC President Ok Sudhakaran had given a directive to get together chief and Thiruvananthapuram MP and former Union Minister Shashi Tharoor. As a minister, he has written to Union Floor Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari declaring the issue. The Union Minister replied that it might be checked. As a Member of Parliament, Shashi Tharoor MP needed to contact the Central Authorities to discover a resolution to the issue.

Malayalee Union Minister V Muraleedharan too can’t shirk the accountability on which the agitation is predicated. The coverage choice on the Nationwide Highways is to be taken by the Central Authorities. As chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee, Tharoor might additionally intervene in issues associated to the Central Authorities. Shashi Tharoor’s presence or consideration just isn’t solely on this problem however on most points associated to the Thiruvananthapuram Parliamentary constituency. The KPCC President-MP must also be instructed to discover a resolution to this.

The toll assortment at Thiruvallam began earlier than the completion of the street work. Service roads are additionally not accomplished. Resulting from lack of correct planning, the realm is flooded attributable to rains. Minister V Sivankutty stated that the Thiruvananthapuram MP was not conscious of any of this.

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