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Youth organizations should come forward to stop extravagance: Speaker P. Sriramakrishnan

Kochi: Kerala legislative assembly speaker, P. Sriramakrishnan said that a common platform shall be formed under the auspices of youth organizations to contain extravagance and lavishness in marriage and house building. He was talking after handing over 21 flats built under Sunrise Kochi rehabilitation project.
"Those who spend for extravagance in marriage functions and house construction should come forward to tax themselves. It is often said that Kerala is model for the country and the whole world. This status did not occur all at once. A base evolved through social reformation helped to acquire the status. The trend in which youth organizations and political movements turn to charity is commendable. This is a fight too. That is why Solidarity's project get relevance. I am glad to hand over the flats which reflects lights of immense love," Sriramakrishnan said.
Jamaate Islami Kerala Amir MI Abdul Aziz said, the Sunrise project is a evidence for the fact that benevolence and love still prevails amongst us. He announced the completion of the first phase of the project. 
Sunrise could evolve as a project with active participation of the kind and human loving people. These efforts are part of reconstructing the nation.
Solidarity State President, T. Shakir said Mattanchery displace the claims of Kerala which boasts of efforts to solve homelessness. A glance at West Kochi will make one to rub off all the claims regarding development model and educational progress of the state. Solidarity Youth Movement desired to share the amenities that we have with the people of Mattanchery, T. Shakir said.
Novelist T.D. Ramakrishnan said that homelessness can be solved if projects like Sunrise are popularized. "Political activity of the youth has undergone a creative shift in 21st century. Projects like Sunrise could transform as light of hope in an era of violence," he said.
Dr. Sebastian Paul said that Sunrise project is a testimony for the fact that when an youth organization with high morale and credibility like Solidarity come forward to help the homeless, people will help with land and finance.
District Collector K. Mohammed Y. Safiruallah handed over the key of single house built under Sunrise project.
Sunrise Project Director M.M. Mohammed Umer introduced different projects being executed under the project. Assistant Police Commissioner S. Vijayan flagged off a volunteers group, Team 99, formed for charity activities at West Kochi. Team Convenor Ashkar Mattanchery received the flag.
Jamaate Islami Hind former Vice President Prof. K. Siddiq Hassan, K.J. Maxi MLA, Welfare Party state president Hameed Vaniyambalam, Adv. T.R. Rajan, SIO state general secretary Thoufeeq Mampad, GIO general secretary Fasna Miyan, Jamaate Islami Ernakulam district president M.K. Abubaker Faruqi, DIT Chairman Faisal Kochi and others gave felicitations.
Kochi corporation town planning standing committee chairperson Shyni Mathew, councillors Zeenath Rasheed, Shameen A.R, A.R. Bindu Levin, Jamaate Islami state secretary T.K. Hussain, Madhyamam General Manager Kalathil Farooq and others took part.
Sunrise Chairman P.I. Noushad gave the closing remarks.
Solidarity state general secretary Sadiq Uliyil welcomed all and district president Jamal Panayikulam delivered the vote of thanks.
GIO state president P. Ruksana inaugurated the residents' gathering. C.H. Abdurahim, M.Y. Abdunassir and others spoke. Over 100 women of 69 residents' association took part.