‘Metro Man’ Sreedharan will be present on stage for Kochi Metro inauguration
E Sreedharan, known as “Metro Man” for the direction of the Delhi metro and now projected Kochi metro will be on the stage of the inauguration when Prime Minister Narendra Modi will see the first train of the subway corridor city of Kerala Saturday.
The inclusion of Sreedharan on stage was approved by the Office of the Prime Minister (PMO) after the Kerala government wrote on doing the same thing.
Leader of the opposition in the assembly of Kerala Ramesh Chennithala permission obtained also be present in the scene.
According to the list approved by the PMO, the Prime Minister, the Governor, the Minister, the Minister of the Union, Venkaiah Naidu, KV Thomas, MP, Minister of Transport, Thomas Chandy and Mayor Saumini Jain are the seven people who Will participate in the inaugural meeting function, according to an official version.
The general manager of KMRL Elias George, who will give you the Welcome address will not be on the stage.
Metro Kochi, Narendra Modi, E Shreedharan, Kochi Metro Man A train leaves Changampuzha Park train station during his trial in Kochi, India June 7, 2017.
Sreedharan, who serves as DMRC’s lead advisor partnered Kochi metro project from the outset.
In fact, after the controversy erupted, Sreedharan said he was not disappointed or upset by not being included onstage.
He said that the restrictions are often put in place during events to which the GSP with the presence of the prime minister.
The first phase of the Aluva to Palarivattom metro project, a 13 km stretch with 11 stations, will be inaugurated on Saturday by Kochi’s prime minister.
This is the eighth metro project in the country and the first in a Tier II city. The second phase will see an extension of 13 km and 11 additional Thripunithura stations.
City officials plan to include bus and ferry networks as additional supply networks in the subway to give smooth options for travelers to travel.