Tag: Narendra Modi

Letter to the Prime Minister

Respected Narendra Modiji,

Please recall your suggestion on making Kerala ODF, when I called on you on 28/05/2016. I am extremely happy to inform you that we launched an intense drive to construct the remaining 2.01 lakh individual household latrines in rural areas. On review of the programme, we are confident that rural Kerala can be declared ODF on 01/11/2016, day on which the State completes 60 years of its existence. (more…)

Letter to the Prime Minister

Respected Narendra Modiji,

At a time when people of Kerala and the Legislative Assembly of the State are consistently demanding that the proposed merger of The State Bank of Travancore with The State Bank of India should be dropped, Shri. S. Adikesavan, Chief General Manger of SBT who stood by the stand taken by the Assembly has been transferred from out of the bank and relieved to SBI Inspection Department, Hyderabad. (more…)

Letter to the Prime Minister

Dear Sri. Narendra Modiji,

Cashew processing is a major traditional industry of Kerala, fetching a foreign exchange earning to the country to the tune of 5500 Crores in 2014-15 and providing employment to three lakh people, mostly women. Off late, cashew cultivation and processing spread to other areas of India as well like Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Goa etc. The sector is facing a number of challenges affecting the viability of the industry both in public and private sectors. Unless the challenges are addressed, it may endanger the survival of the industry itself. (more…)

Letter to the Prime Minister

Dear Sri. Narendra Modiji,

With reference to the announcement made by the Honorable Union Minister for Chemicals & Fertilizers to set up Pharma Park in Kerala, we are grateful to be considered as one of the 6 Pharma Parks to be established in the country. Kerala is a major consumer of pharma products, with 17% by value of the national consumption whereas the production in the state is less than 0.5% which is quite insignificant compared to the demand. (more…)