Big Boost to Infra as Jaya Unveils Multi-crore Projects Across Tamil Nadu
Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Wednesday inaugurated many completed welfare projects, new buildings for government departments and laid foundation for new projects in many districts, through the video conferencing facility at the Secretariat here.
The Chief Minister inaugurated and laid foundation for various projects worth Rs 338.92 crore in the Municipal Administration Department. The projects inaugurated include drinking water augmentation project for Tiruchy corporation, completed at a cost of Rs 221.42 crore, new buildings constructed at a cost of Rs 18.42 crore, a grade separator and railway sub-way in Mint and a fine arts auditorium in Shenoy Nagar, all constructed at a cost of Rs 56.81 crore, drinking water augmentation projects in the districts of Tiruvannamalai, Thanjavur, Tiruchy, Coimbatore, Theni and Sivaganga, completed at an expenditure of Rs 28.87 crore.
She also laid foundation stone for many new buildings to be constructed at an estimated cost of Rs 13.40 crore. Amma eatery established at a cost of Rs 25 lakh in Rajaji Govt Hospital at Madurai also was inaugurated by the Chief Minister.
She also launched the web portal : http://portal.cma.tn.gov.in/cma created at a cost of `24 lakh to improve the public services provided by the Commissionerate of Municipal Administration.
Central Instrumentation Centre established at a cost of Rs Four crore in the Madurai Kamaraj University, new buildings for various colleges in the districts of Trichy, Villupuram, Dindigul, Salem, Tirunelveli and Chennai, constructed at a cost of Rs 27.88 crore were among those inaugurated by the Chief Minister.
She also laid the foundation for new buildings for the Tamil Nadu Open University, Mother Teresa University, constituent and affiliated colleges of Anna University, Madurai Kamaraj University, Alagappa University, harathidasan University, Periyar University and Tiruvalluvar University, to be constructed at a cost of Rs 573.59 crore.
Meanwhile, the Chief Minister also inaugurated 23 newly created taluks in the districts of Tirupur, Chennai, Vellore, Karur, Tiruvallur, Cuddalore, Thanjavur, Villupuram, Coimbatore, Dindigul, Salem and Madurai. The total cost involved in creating these taluks is `19.58 crore.
Besides, she inaugurated new buildings in Pudukottai and Tirunelveli districts and pressed into service 33 new vehicles for the officials of the Revenue department.