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Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami declares open three ROBs, 27 bridges

The 126 multi-storeyed tenements there became very old and was replaced with a new building at a cost of Rs 200.20 crore.

Published: 05th June 2018 03:49 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th June 2018 03:49 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

CHENNAI: Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami on Monday inaugurated through video conference three railway bridges at Elavur (Tiruvallur district), Santhapillai Gate (Thanjavur district) and Muthugoundanpettai (Dharmapuri district), 27 river bridges and a bypass road, established at a total cost of Rs 263.40 crore.

Palaniswami also laid foundation for three more railway bridges at Pattabhiram in Annanur and Putlur in Tiruvallur district and two bypass roads at Kelambakkam and Thiruporur - at a cost of Rs 243.70 crore.
The Chief Minister also inaugurated the 606 multi-storeyed tenements for government employees at Anna Nagar West Extension.

The 126 multi-storeyed tenements there became very old and was replaced with a new building at a cost of Rs 200.20 crore.

He also presented appointment orders to persons who are legal heirs of employees of the Tamil Nadu Civil Supplies Corporation who died in harness.

Of the 20 persons given appointment on compassionate grounds, two received the orders from the Chief Minister in person.

Besides, he also commenced the issuance of orders regularising jobs of 488 clerks. Of the 488, five received the orders from the Chief Minister.



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