Kerala CM to visit Finland to concentrate on education model

Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala) [India], September 13 (ANI): Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan is set to visit Finland one month from now on a welcome from the European nation’s administration.

The reason for the visit is to concentrate on the education model of Finland.

Kerala Chief Minister will visit Finland in the primary seven day stretch of October. He had got a greeting from Finland government, a source said.

As per the source, Education Minister V Sivankutty will likewise visit Finland with Kerala’s Chief Minister. The motivation behind the visit is to concentrate on the instruction area of Finland.

There have been reports that a few different clergymen of the Kerala government will likewise be voyaging. In addition to other things, these visits are pointed toward drawing in speculation and gaining from unfamiliar models in key regions.

Political adversaries likewise brought up certain issues about these visits referring to the state’s monetary position. In any case, Kerala Finance Minister K N Balagopal said there was no such critical emergency.

“There is areas of strength for no emergency in the state. Exchequer is protected even after Onam celebration,” Balagopal said adding that the slight emergency alluded by government functionaries was made by the focal government.

Balagopal said the flight of the CM and other ministers abroad is for the “great purpose”.

“We want to learn unfamiliar models moreover. It won’t influence state exchequer in any sense”, Balagopal added.

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