With an objective to find whether the welfare schemes announced by the government are reaching the people and to ensure accesibility of government departments to the public, the Chief Minister M.K Stalin has launched the scheme named, “UngalaiThedi, UngalOoril” (In search of you, At your place).
The Chief Minister himself took this initiative forward with the intention by going straight to the field, doing the study, accelerating government machinery, hosting a study meeting for the field officers, and providing the necessary directions.
The late chief minister Arignar Anna's dream—"Go to the people, live with them, learn from them, love them and serve them"—is being realized through this project.
Every district collector will now spend one day per month at the Taluk level, conducting field research, inspecting government offices, listening to public grievances, and making sure that all government welfare programs and services are provided to the public without difficulty, as per the program UngalaiThedi, UngalOoril.
“The apparatus of the government is in coming to locate you, hear your complaints, and promptly address them. I'm heading to the field with the system of the government. We will pay close attention to your grievance; together, let's resolve the issue on the ground and allay people's fears,”is the Chief Minister M.K. Stalin’s message who has actively pushed this new initiative by promising to build a wonderful Tamil Nadu.
Like the Kalaignar’s Women Entitlement Scheme, Chief Minister M.K.Stalin continues to provide many schemes to the people of Tamil Nadu, such as free travel for girls in buses, breakfast scheme and so on. And now he has announced the program “UngalaiThedi, UngalOoril.”
May his achievements continue and congrats!