Govt Estate to Get Rs 19-cr Guest House

Jayalalithaa inaugurates new facilities at Erode and Tiruchy

Published: 31st August 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st August 2014 02:43 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa has inaugurated the new government guest house at Erode Public Works Department Inspection Bungalow, built at a cost of Rs 1.10 crore and declared open the extension buildings of the government guest house at Tiruchy, constructed with Rs 1.30 crore.  

She also laid the foundation for constructing a new government guest house at the Omandurar Government Estate at an expenditure of Rs 19 crore. The Chief Minister inaugurated the guest houses in the districts.

Also, she  laid  the foundation for the new one through the video conferencing at the Secretariat on August 28.

The new government guest house at Erode has six air-conditioned rooms, rain water harvesting facility, lawn etc, Similarly, the extended building at guest house at Tiruchy has five air-conditioned rooms, RWH facility, lawn and other amenities.

The new guest house at the Government Estate would come up in an area of 60,364 sq.ft.  She also inspected the design of the guest house.  

The ground floor of the new guest house would have 16 air-conditioned rooms, two conference halls.

The first floor of the guest house  has 16 air-conditioned rooms and four conference halls.

The second floor would have eight air-conditioned rooms and a restaurant.

Meanwhile, the Chief Minister presented appointment orders to the new Assistant Directors recruited recently.   In all, 12 Assistant Directors have been recruited and of them, seven had received their orders from the Chief Minister in person.

The appointments were made by direct recruitment after inviting applications from the offices of the three Armed Forces.

Various welfare schemes being implemented by the State government for the  ex-Servicemen could be expedited with the appointment of these Assistant Directors.


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