In a comprehensive meeting led by President Mr. T. Velmurugan, the Assurance Committee of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly convened at the Salem District Collectorate, engaging Government Officers and Committee Members including legislators Mr. Anna Durai, Mr. R. Arul, Mr. M.K. Mohan, Mr. P. Ramalingam, and Omalur Assembly Member, R. Mani, on Thursday.
Beginning with an assessment of the newly constructed Rs.1 crore post-mortem center at Yercaud Government Hospital and enhancements in basic amenities, sports infrastructure, and road development at Kurumbapatti Zoo, the committee proceeded to inspect ongoing projects. Notably, scrutiny was directed towards the Rs.5 crore Salem Archaeological Museum, equipped with sound and light systems.
The municipal administration department's initiatives, such as constructing drinking water overhead tanks in Periyeri Wayakadu and installing cath lab equipment at Salem Government Mohan Kumaramangalam Medical College Hospital, costing approximately Rs.6 crores, were also surveyed.
Further, a surprise audit was conducted at the 24-hour veterinary hospital situated within the office of the Zonal Joint Director of Veterinary and Maintenance Department.
The subsequent review meeting with government officials encompassed critical discussions.
Chairman Mr. T. Velmurugan emphasized the committee's commitment to scrutinizing governmental assurances and ensuring their timely fulfillment.
The meeting also witnessed the presence and contributions of Gengavalli Assembly Member Mr. A. Nallathambi, Mettur Assembly Member Mr. S. Sathasivam, Corporation Commissioner Mr. C. Balachander, Additional Collector (Development) of District Rural Development Agency Dr. Alarmelmangai, District Superintendent of Police Mr. A.K. Arun Kapilan, District Revenue Officer Dr. P. Menaka, Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly Government Pledge Committee Joint Secretary Mr. M. Karunanidhi, and Deputy Secretary Mr. R. Ravi, among other government officials.