Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan told that the South Indian State is on the recoiled with the resumed spirit in all sectors over the devastating floods experienced in the last year.
Concerning after inaugurating the Come on Kerala Festivals Business Conclave in Sharjah, Vijayan told “ We are rebuilding Kerala in such a way that we should be able to overcome any future calamities. We are working on reinstating the lost livelihoods and ensure permanent employment opportunities for our youth back home.”
Vijayan declared that the construction of the houses which were devastated in the floods will be compensated by this April. He also told the state requires a sponsor of Rs 310 billion for the reconstruction.
He told the expats , “ Though the support that we have been offered by the Central government is a minuscule percentage of that, we are confident that we will be able to build a new Kerala. We can do that only if we stand united”. Kerala Chief minister addressed UAE to be the first country and extend the supportive aid to rebuild Kerala after the floods. He also told, “ The UAE responded in such a way that the floods happened in its own soil. We remember with great gratitude that this was the first county that offered a helping hand to Kerala”.
Comprehending the Madhyamam group to host the three days long cultural festival and the trade exhibition in Sharjah, he told, “ I’m happy that an event like this that promotes trading of products from Kerala and attracts investment to Kerala is happening in this land”.
Chairman of the Sea Ports Department and Customs in Sharjah, Shaikh Khalid bin Abdullah Bin Sultan Al Qasimi, as well as Counsel General of India in Dubai Vipul, Legislative assembly speaker of Kerala P. Sreeramakrishnan, Vice Chairman of Norka Roots, Indian Parliamentarian P.K. Kunhalikutty also attended the event.