With Rath Yatra two days away, the district administration has started massive eviction drive to remove illegal encroachers from near temples in the district recently amid tight security.
A senior government official said that the Coimbatore collector conducted an inquiry and found no human-right violation and the tribal families were given title rights
The LS Secretariat said the occupation of the building by the former MP after April 13 is "unauthorised".
According to sources, at least 40 families who were allotted houses in Perumbakkam returned to Greenways Road saying that the houses were damaged and devoid of amenities.
CM MK Stalin said that all Govindasamy Nagar residents will be allotted houses at resettlement sites being built in Mandaveli and Mylapore.
The eviction is being carried out based on the order of the Supreme Court in a case filed by a businessman, who owns a huge piece of land near Govindasamy Nagar.
Damayanti stays in the same slum with her mother. Sources said after her appointment as deputy mayor, a pucca house with a boundary wall is being constructed for her in the slum.
Houses will not be demolished until the entire settlement is relocated, and private packers and movers have been engaged to help residents move for the first time in the city.
Additional Solicitor General K M Nataraj, appearing for the Railways, told the bench that formal orders under the Public Premises (Eviction of Unauthorised Occupants)
Irular communities living near Vellakulam village in Arcot Taluk are living in dire conditions without basic facilities.
The property was taken on lease by Hindu Mission, a charitable organisation that became defunct years ago.
The students attending online classes are being affected by the disconnection, are demoralised, and have their future hit, the collector said.
Women and children took part in the road roko after officials entered the area with earthmovers and demolition machines.
Official sources said there was no resistance from the illegal settlers and the drive was peaceful.
Earlier, a viral video showed a photographer, engaged by the Darrang administration, stomping on an injured. The incident had triggered a country-wide outrage.