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KOZHIKODE: Work on the Rs. 84-crore electricity project that would ensure uninterrupted power supply to the city would begin soon, said the Electricity Minister, Aryadan Mohammed, here on Friday.
The Minister was talking to reporters on the sidelights of a ceremony to mark the inauguration of work to erect a pandal in connection with the KPCC-sponsored Dandi Memorial Meeting here on April 19.
Project gets the nod
The Minister said the Union Government had given the green signal for the project.
The project will include the laying of underground cables, setting up of transformers and 11 kv electric lines.
Mullappally Ramachandran, KPCC general secretary, said the party was not ready to collude with veteran Congress leader K. Karunakaran. Mr. Ramachandran said the party does not assign the same stature to Mr. Karunakaran and K. Muraleedharan.
"The party has not been ungrateful to Mr. Karunakaran. It has only shown gratitude to him for his various contributions."
He said the senior Congress leader, A.K. Antony, will attend the Congress Dandi Memorial `padayatra' (journey on foot) from Kozhikode to Payyannur on April 20.
"We also expect Mr. Antony to attend the meeting on April 19."
M. Veerankutty, president of the Kozhikode District Congress Committee, presided.
The Electricity Minister, Aryadan Mohammed, K.C. Abu and N.P. Abdu Rahman spoke.
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