CM Opens New Buildings for Police, Fire Services Men

Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa inaugruated many new buildings for the personnel in Police, Fire and Rescue Services and Prison Departments.

Published: 01st December 2015 04:52 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st December 2015 05:08 AM   |  A+A-


CHENNAI: Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Monday inaugruated many new buildings for the personnel in Police, Fire and Rescue Services and Prison Departments constructed at a total cost of `150.37 crore, through the video conferencing facility at the Secretariat. These include new buildings for 33 police stations and five all woman police stations, 1,013 residental quarters for police personnel in various districts and office buildings for the three departments in various districts.

The 33 police stations are located at Podatturpettai, Aladi, Bhuvanagiri, Pudunagar, Olakkkur, Thyathurukkam, Pakandaikuttichalai, Brahmmadesam, Moonkilthuraipattu, Vettavalam, Chengam, Sikkal, Ayakkudi, Thandikudi, Vasudevanallur, Kuruvikulam, Vijayanarayanapuram, Thirukkurankudi, Anaimalai, Kovilpalayam, Annur and Pandayasalai, Thammampatti, Pudukottai, Kanthal, Solurmattam, Wellington, Cunoor, Allinagaram, Thenkarai, Arasalur and Madhichiyam.  The all woman police stations are located at Ulundurpettai, Madurai, Nanguneri, Thevala and Kandal.

The new buildings including boarding place to accommodate 500 police personnel built at Egmore, office buildings for police department in Anna Square, Ashok Nagar, Nagappatinam, Tranquebar, Pudupatitnam, Pudukottai, Paramakkudi, Repeater Station at Kamudhi, coastal security stations at Aatrankarai and Vaalinokkam, etc.,

Municipal Administration and Law Minister SP Velumani, Chief Secretary K Gnanadesikan, Advisor to State government, Sheela Balakrishnan and senior official were present on the occasion.

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