Chief Minister Stalin Lays Foundation Stones for 20 Projects in Tamil Nadu | Latest India News
The Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, the MK Stalin also inaugurated 28 completed projects worth ₹56.20 crore at a reception held at Government Arts College Udhagamandalam. .
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Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MP Stalin laid the foundation stones for 20 projects in Nilgiris district on Saturday at a cost of ₹34.30 crores.
It also inaugurated 28 completed projects worth ₹56.20 crore at a reception held at Government Arts College Udhagamandalam. .
Stalin also distributed social measures worth ₹28.13 crores to 9,500 beneficiaries.
Earlier, he paid tribute to the late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi on his death anniversary by garlanding his statue at the bus stop here.
The Chief Minister also unveiled the bust of John Sullivan, founder of the modern Nilgiris, at a crossroads near the Government Botanic Garden here.
Sullivan, who was then a British collector of Coimbatore composite in 1817, contributed to the development of the district and also of Ooty, now called Udhagamandalam.
The bronze bust built at the cost of ₹ 20 lakh was unveiled to commemorate the 200th year of Ooty’s founding.
The Chief Minister has also launched a special medical camp for malnourished children under the “Ensure Nutrition” program for children under six at the Doddabetta Panchayat Muthorai Children Centre.
The “Ensure Nutrition” program aims to provide specialized medical care to malnourished children.
Medical camps are held in all districts for a period of one month.
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