TN Farmers' Association's Plea to Collector

The Tamil Nadu Farmers’ Association petitioned Collector Archana Patnaik , seeking the setting up of a sub-registrar’s office at Karumathampatty.

Published: 24th July 2015 04:33 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th July 2015 04:33 AM   |  A+A-

COIMBATORE: The Tamil Nadu Farmers’ Association petitioned Collector Archana Patnaik on Thursday, seeking the  setting up of a sub-registrar’s office at Karumathampatty.

In his petition, the association’s Coimbatore district president S Palanisamy said Karumathampatty is one of the developing parts of the city. “The need for a sub-registrar’s office at Karumathampatty was highlighted during an all-party meeting held in the locality,” he added. A separate sub-registrar’s office should be set up at Karumathampatty by bifurcating Sulur and Annur sub-registrar offices, he demanded.

“A bitumen road should be laid along Noyyal River at Ramatchipalayam. A weekly shandy complex should be constructed at Karumathampatty for traders and public,” he stated in petition. The association urged the district administration to expedite the land acquisition process for setting up of a dump yard.

Palanisamy called for the removal of encroachments at Somanur, which are hampering public transport. The association also sought the construction of a ground-level bridge at Karumathampatty Naal Road. 

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