Trivandrum Charter:

21/04/2009 at 11:09 1 टिप्पणी

Trivandrum Charter:

  1. Problems of the maritime community in Thiruvananthapuram district has been there since time immemorial and has been apart of election manifestoes .However, the community still awaits the change in their living conditions as promised by political parties.
  2. Development induced displacement issues pertaining to the proposed Vizhinjam Project.
  3. High Court bench issue is the much talked after issue in the capital city. The State government has come under pressure from NGOs and other groups following the Chief Justice reportedly turning down the demand for a High Court Bench in the capital. Lawyers in Thiruvananthapuram Bar Association are on strike demanding the reinstatement of the high court bench
  4. Kerala’s public distribution system, the best in the country, is seriously affected by the shift in Central government policies on the allocation and pricing of food grains and increasing deficit in rice production in the State. Thiruvananthapuram is also seriously effected by this problem
  5. The poor roads are a serious problem faced by the capital city.
  6. Shortage of drinking water is a serious issue especially during the summer months.

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