Sreedharan, fondly called India's 'Metro Man' for his immense contribution to a number of major railways and Metro rail projects, had recently joined the BJP.
Cardiologist at Kochi Hospital peddles anti-Upper Caste bigotry as ‘liberal’ meltdown over Metro Man E Sreedharan joining BJP continue
Ever since Metro Man E Sreedharan joined the BJP, the 'liberals' have gone from calling him names to dismissing his contribution to the metro rail network.
Now that E Sreedharan, also known as Metro Man has joined the BJP, it is time to call out this patriarchal project which has done no good for Indians.
From Grooming Jihad to his Sanghi roots and CM prospects: Here is what metro man E Sreedharan said after deciding to join BJP
One of India's greatest engineers E Sreedharan, fondly known as 'Metro man', is all set to join the BJP during the Rath Yatra in Kerala.
E Sreedharan, one of India's greatest engineers, is instrumental in envisioning and designing metro infrastructure in various cities in the country, especially the ambitious metro rail project in Delhi.
After being slammed by Metro Man E Sreedharan, AAP resorts to the usual tactics: Calls him a BJP stooge
AAP's Atishi Marlena went so far as to say that Sreedharan is being used by the BJP as a weapon. She even said that seeing Sreedharan speak, they feel as if it is the BJP speaking.
‘Don’t destroy Delhi Metro for electoral gains, free rides don’t ensure women’s safety: Metro Man slams Manish Sisodia in response
In his reply to Manish Sisodia's letter, 'Metroman' E Sreedharan has slammed Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister for Aam Aadmi Party's free metro rides for women and labeled it an election gimmick.
‘Pained’ Manish Sisodia gives a confused response to Metro Man Sreedharan’s objection to AAP’s dole of free Metro rides to women
Manish Sisodia in his letter has said that he is 'pained and surprised' that the former DMRC chief has opposed the State government's move to let women travel on Metro for free.
The Kerala government had fallen into the trap of fake news regarding UAE's 700 crores aid.