In a meeting of the Southern Zonal Council, which is made up of the southern states, Kerala brought up the Silver Line problem.
The extension of the Silverline project to Karnataka was demanded.
The meeting covered environmental issues such coastal erosion and economic collaboration.
Chief Ministers, Ministers, and representatives from the South Indian states attended the meeting, along with Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
At 11 am, the meeting was officially opened at the Hotel Leela Ravis in Kovalam by Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
In the meeting when numerous issues impacting the South Indian states were discussed, Kerala brought up the Silver Line project.
Kerala requested that the road be extended from Kasargod to Mangalore during the meeting.
Kerala has demanded the construction of the Thalassery-Mysore-Nilambur-Nanjankot railway line.
The Lakshadweep administration expressed dissatisfaction over southern states’ fishing vessels invading its territorial seas.
The meeting included environmental issues such as coastal erosion and regional and state economic development.
As soon as the official activities are complete, Amit Shah plans to visit a number of party events.
The Scheduled Caste gathering at the Kazhakoottam Alsaj Conventional Center at 3 o’clock is the main event.
A special gathering of BJP state leaders will take place. At 8:30 p.m., Amit Shah will return.