Minister lauds Jaya for welfare schemes

Published: 30th December 2012 09:14 AM  |   Last Updated: 30th December 2012 09:14 AM   |  A+A-

While other ministers were devising schemes keeping the elections in mind, chief minister Jayalalithaa had implemented many schemes keeping in mind the future of the people of this state, noted Minister for Information and Special Programme Implementation KT Rajendra Balaji while inaugurating an exhibition on the Fort Grounds on Friday.

In order to make the state a role model for others, she had announced 343 schemes and was working hard to implement them to benefit the people by way of creating a new department, the Special Programmes Implementation.

While the present power crisis in the state was being criticised by some vested interests, the CM was bent upon putting an end to power cuts within the next six months. “She is confident that she would achieve it” he added.

Tamil Nadu which was in the eleventh position in industrial development and has progressed to the second position now. “There is nothing that is impossible in AIADMK rule,” he added.

In his welcome address, information secretary J Kumaragurubaran said that `28.7 crore revenue had come from 140 government exhibitions so far.

The Vellore expo had over 50 stalls by departments such as Information and Public Relations, social welfare, tourism and agriculture. Ministers also handed over welfare assistance to the tune of `2.13 crore to beneficiaries on the occasion.


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