Tamil Nadu Chief Minister
K Palaniswami Wednesday launched various initiatives completed
at an estimated cost of a little over Rs 620 crore in the
Energy, Home and Highways departments.
The chief minister, through video conferencing,
inaugurated sub-stations established in various parts of the
state like Theni, Erode and Ariyalur districts, an official
release here said.
The sub-stations were set up to address issues
including transmission losses and meeting peak power demand in
the respective areas, it said.
He inaugurated police stations, fire stations and
accommodation for the uniformed personnel, all constructed
at an estimated Rs 38.23 crore in different parts of the
state, it said.
Palaniswami also launched various initiatives in the
Highways department, a portfolio held by him.
This included the Rs 295 crore upgraded
Malliakarai-Rasipuram-Tiruchengode-Erode Road, it said.
He also inaugurated flyovers and bridges in
Dharmapuri, Coimbatore, Villupuram and Dindigul districts,
constructed at an estimated Rs 93.50 crore.
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