Tamil Nadu CM’s move hailed

Published: 25th June 2012 11:54 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th June 2012 11:54 AM   |  A+A-

Industrialists and the people of the town have welcomed the State government’s allocation of Rs 52 crore for the Masterplan Complex.

The complex would come up on a plot of land adjacent to the LRG Government Arts College for Women on Palladam Road.

Welcoming the announcement, Tirupur Exporters and Manufacturers Association (TEAMA) president M P Muthu Rathinam, said, “A much-awaited proposal is fulfilled. It will be a landmark for the new Tirupur district and is also the need of the hour for the people.” K S Babuji, general secretary of Seconds Collar Shirts and Inner Wear Small Scale Manufacturers Association, said, “It will be helpful for the people to have access to all government offices on a single premises. It will also be supportive of implementing all schemes and development projects with the coordination of key district level offices functioning on a single campus.”

Ramesh, an accountant at a private company, hailed that it would be most useful for the people from various places across the district. “People can avoid running around the town if they are to visit different government offices to get work done.”

The proposal was delayed due to various issues, including selection of site and political issues. After the formation of the new government in the state last year, the proposal was finalised.

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