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Report 10 unfulfilled demands of the people- Stalin to MLAs

Report 10 unfulfilled demands of the people- Stalin to MLAs

Chief Minister MK Stalin on Tuesday wrote to all the MLAs in the state directing them to submit a list of ten unfulfilled demands in each constituency to the respective district collectors. The list needs to be submitted within 15 days for the allotment of funds under the ‘Ungal Thoguthiyil Muthalamaichar’ scheme. 


The announcement was made on the sidelines of the completion of the one-year of his government in May. Expanding the scheme to all the 234 constituencies in the state, he allotted a sum of Rs 1000 crore for its implementation. 


In his letter to MLAs, the chief minister said that he understood that every MLA was concerned about their respective constituency. 


“It may not be possible for the government to implement all the long-pending projects through the existing schemes. There could even be a need to prepare a project report and obtain approval and allocation of funds at multiple levels to carry out such projects.

 The ‘Ungal Thoguthiyil Muthalamaichar’ scheme will provide an opportunity to implement such necessary schemes in all the constituencies,” he said. 


The MLAs could make suggestions on improving drinking water supply and upgrading water resources, marketing of agricultural produce, construction of bridges and roads, medical facilities, school, arts and science college, infrastructure to educational institutions,  developmental work for industrial growth, on setting up electric crematoriums, libraries and modern bus terminals and upgradation of tourist destinations. 


“I request you to examine the ten significant and unfulfilled demands of the people in your 
constituencies. After prioritising them based on requirements, send the recommendations to the respective district collector in the next 15 days," Stalin said. 


The chief minister, then, sought the cooperation of his MLAs to remove socio-economic disparity between the districts and to make Tamil Nadu number one through the scheme.