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    TN CM unveils new infrastructure, lays foundation stones for new projects

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    TN CM reveals new infrastructure, lays structure stones for new jobs

    The CM also launched the circulation of Pongal present hinders for members of the Tamil Nadu Building Employees Well-being Board


    The facilities was revealed and structure stones laid in series of video conference occasions at the Secretariat in Chennai on Friday|Photo Credit:
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    The CM likewise released the circulation of Pongal present obstructs for members of the Tamil Nadu Building And Construction Workers Welfare Board

    Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami on Friday revealed new bridges, the structure stone for different irrigation tasks and likewise introduced the distribution of Pongal gift hampers for members of the Tamil Nadu Building Workers Well-being Board under the Labour Department.

    During a series of video conference occasions at the Secretariat here, the CM unveiled a bridge on the Tiruchengode-Ariyanur Roadway constructed at a cost of45 crore. He likewise revealed 6 new bridges constructed in Virudhunagar, Thoothukudi, Pudukkottai, Theni, Coimbatore and Salem districts at a total cost of4073 crore. The CM likewise released a handbook titled ‘Prepared Reckoner for Highway Engineers’ for the advantage of engineers.

    Mr. Palaniswami revealed the foundation stone for jobs to construct a regulator in Mayiladuthurai district at 9.76 crore, a reservoir in Virudhunagar district at1010 crore and 2 checks dams in Madurai district at a total cost of 4.92 crore.

    The CM also launched the circulation of Pongal gift hinder for members of the Tamil Nadu Construction Employees Well-being Board under the Labour Department. The present obstruct includes dhoti/sari, raw rice, cereals, edible oil, ghee, jaggery, cardamom, cashew and dry grapes. There are over 12.69 lakh building and construction employees and pensioners, including 6.75 lakh women signed up under the Tamil Nadu Construction Workers Well-being Board.

    Dairy Development Minister K.T. Rajenthra Bhalaji, Labour Minister Nilofer Kafeel, Chief Secretary K. Shanmugam and senior authorities were also present throughout these events.

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