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Tamil Nadu CM inaugurates infrastructure projects worth ₹ 155.42 cr

Tamil Nadu CM inaugurates infrastructure projects worth ₹ 155.42 cr

The Secretariat in Chennai hosted an occasion where over a thousand new classrooms, village secretariats, and town panchayat buildings were virtually inaugurated.

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin virtually inaugurated more than 1,000 new classrooms as part of the Child-Friendly School Infrastructure Development Programme. The entire cost of building the classrooms was ₹ 155.42 crore.

Stalin participated in several inauguration events during a gathering hosted at the Secretariat in Chennai. New village secretariats for the Department of Rural Development and Panchayat Raj were inaugurated at the occasion. An official announcement said that the complete construction project cost ₹20.54 crore, and on top of that, Stalin dedicated new structures for 102 town panchayats at a total expense of ₹24.39 crore. A total of ₹15.46 crore was spent on the inauguration of buildings for five panchayat unions on the occasion. Due to this, they were even more committed to local governance and rural development.

Senior officials, along with Ministers for Rural Development I. Periayasamy, Textiles, and School Education Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi, Chief Secretary Shiv Das Meena, and others, attended the function.

Stalin was instrumental in launching an effort at another gathering. He pointed out a fleet of 145 light-moving cars that had been purchased for a total of ₹6.25 crore. These cars are intended for use in 91 regional transport offices and the offices of 54 motor vehicle inspectors, with their main function being to expedite the issuance of driver’s licences. The fact that senior officials, including Transport Minister S.S. Sivasankar, attended the event demonstrates both the importance of the occasion and the cooperative approach adopted by the government in putting such policies into place in the areas of transport and licencing services.

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