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Ready to take any responsibility, says ‘Metroman’ Sreedharan | India News


THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: ‘Metroman’ E Sreedharan said on Sunday that he was ready to take on whatever responsibility has been entrusted to him by the BJP, which he had recently joined.
Speaking at a rally attended by Union Interior Minister Amit Shah in Shangumugham, Sreedharan said he wanted to use his energy for the state of Kerala.
“For the last 67 years I was a government official. Many people have asked me why I ventured into politics after so many years. For 67 years, I worked as part of many projects for this country.”
“I am still energetic and want to use my energy for the state of Kerala. Whatever responsibility is assigned to me, I will assume it with all the courage and energy,” said Sreedharan at the final Vijay Yatra function held by the BJP state president. . K Surendran from Kasaragod to Thiruvananthapuram, before the assembly elections on April 6.
Shah also wrapped Sreedharan in a shawl to welcome him into the party fold.
The ‘Metroman’, who is ready to contest the assembly votes with a BJP ticket, had recently resigned from the position of DMRC’s senior advisor.
Sreedharan (88), now a member of the BJP state election committee, said he has asked party leaders to run him in a constituency not far from his residence at Ponnani in Malappuram district.

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