On the 25th of February, Indian engineer, Elattuvalapil Sreedharan, who officially joined the saffron party in Malappuram city, Kerala has uncovered the genuine purpose for joining the Bharatiya Janata Party. In a discussion with Associate Editor of Zee News and Journalist Aditi Tyagi, Elattuvalapil Sreedharan stated that individuals of Kerala state are tired of the defilement, embarrassments, and nepotism and Bharatiya Janata Party can eliminate these things.
“The state hosts have been administered by 2 significant political parties over the most recent twenty yrs – the LDF party and Congress-led UDF. LDF party is driven by the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and the other is driven by the Indian National Congress. At the moment, I will not expect that the state has brought the evolution needed, mainly in the subject of manufacturing companies necessary”.
“Peoples are presently tired of the debasement, embarrassments, nepotism, which Bharatiya Janata Party can eliminate”. Prevalently known as the Metro man, he had appreciated a clique picture in the state as well as the nation over for his work and regard cutting across diplomacy lines.
Metro Man is credited with changing the essence of the transportation of the nation with his initiative in building the Konkan Railway in Navi Mumbai and the Delhi Metro project. Later the metro man contributes a big portion to a few other metro projects in different metropolitan cities.
Elattuvalapil joined the party during Bhartiya Janta Party’s continuous Vijaya Yatra drove by Kerala state Bhartiya Janta party president K Surendran. In front of the assembly polls in the state, Elattuvalapil Sreedharan on the 18th of Feb declared that he will join the Bhartiya Janta Party.
“On the off chance that Bhartiya Janta Party comes to control in the state, I’m prepared to turn into the CM. BJP has not asked me till now as it is unnecessarily unwelcome. Be that as it may, if the party asks me, I’m willing to take up the post and show how a state can be run effectively like we are running Delhi Metro Rail Corporation”.