Last week, the central government cleared operation, management and development of airports in Kerala’s Thiruvananthapuram’
Current Affairs : Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Monday moved a goal in the State Assembly asking the Central Government to rethink its choice to hand over activities and management of Trivandrum International Airport through Public-Private Partnership.
Prior, Vijayan has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi looking for his intercession to rethink the choice to “hand over the administration and activity of the Trivandrum International Airport to a private bidder”.
In a letter, the Chief Minister said that a gathering of pioneers of every single ideological group in the state was met through video gathering and “the staggering perspective that developed in the gathering, excepting a solitary voice despite what might be expected, was that given the special spot the Trivandrum International Airport has throughout the entire existence of the State, its administration and activity needs to vest with the State government”.
At the gathering of pioneers of ideological groups in the express, all gatherings aside from the BJP restricted the choice concerning the air terminal.
The Union Cabinet has endorsed the proposition to rent out Thiruvananthapuram and two different air terminals through Public-Private Partnership (PPP) for “activity, the executives and improvement” to Adani Enterprises Ltd, who was announced as the effective bidder in worldwide serious offering directed by the Airports Authority of India, for a time of 50 years.
Prior today, Congress MLA VD Satheesan moved a no-certainty movement against Pinarayi Vijayan government in Kerala Assembly that was permitted by Speaker P Sreeramakrishnan