Local residents have demanded the state government to come out clear on rehabilitation and resettlement packages (R&R) even as the Kochi Metro Rail Ltd (KMRL) has drawn out plans for implementing Water Metro projects.
During a public meeting held at Kothad on Monday, people’s representatives raised issues related to land acquisition.
Kadamakkudy panchayat president Shalini Babu, who presided over the public hearing, said, “The KMRL has sought the support of local panchayats in facilitating land acquisition. People are not sure whether the government would opt for direct purchase or acquire land after providing R&R packages.Read More
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