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Take quick action on petitions: CM to collectors

Take quick action on petitions: CM to collectors

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin directed the district collectors to take immediate action on the grievance petitions received from the public and to speed up the implementation of the government schemes.
Under the Chief Minister in field visit scheme, Stalin has been touring across the state to review the statue of the government schemes and other administrative works. 

As a part of it, he chaired a meeting with concerned officials to review the status of government schemes implemented in five districts – Madurai, Ramanathapuram, Sivagangai, Dindigul and Theni – at the collector's office in Madurai. He also chaired a meeting with the representatives form trade unions, industrial associations and farmers associations before chairing a law and order meeting with South zone IG, DIGs and police officials from five districts.

Later that day, the Chief Minister inaugurated the museum at the cost of Rs 18.43 crore to showcase the artefacts that were excavated from Keezhadi in Sivagangai district. Stalin chaired a meeting with district collectors, officials from revenue department, Mahalir thittam, agriculture and farmers welfare department, TWAD and highways from five districts on Monday at collector’s office in Madurai.

Stalin said

He reviewed the status of multiple schemes including social security scheme, free bus rides to women scheme, nutritious food to children and women, nutritious breakfast at school scheme, urban health care system, Naan Mudhalvan scheme and monthly allowance to college students scheme. He checked the beneficiary lists for each scheme and advised them for better implementation of the schemes. He also directed the officials to expedite the development works.

Addressing the officials, Stalin said, “Collectors should speed up the implementation of the government and the collectors have the responsibility of delivering the schemes to the public.  The 100 days work scheme would uplift the livelihood of rural families. To the maximum possible extent, the collectors should take immediate action on the grievance petitions. Petitions are just papers but the life of the public. It is the responsibility of the officials to resolve it.”

Ministers KN Nehru, Udhayanidhi Stalin, I Periyasamy, Periyakarupan, Thangam Thennarasu, Sattur Ramachandran, PTR Palanivel Thiagarajan and Moorthy Sakkarapani, chief secretary Irai Anbu, Madurai collector Aneesh Sekar, Ramanathapuram collector Johnny Tom Varghese, Dindigul collector Visakan, Sivagangai collector Madhusudan Reddy and Theni collector Shajeevana were present at the meeting.