AIADMK can direct coalition, Tamil Nadu CM states | Chennai News

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Tamil Nadu chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami

TRICHY: Tamil Nadu chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami on Friday put to rest any doubts concerning the celebration which can lead alliance at the assembly elections. ) He said the alliance will be directed only function as AIADMK.
“Regardless of what the election is, the AIADMK will direct the coalition in Tamil Nadu. Whether it had been through the M Ramachandran interval or Jayalalithaa’s, meeting election or parliamentary election, then it was just the alliance headed by the AIADMK that confronted the elections. Thus, it is going to be that the AIADMK which will direct the coalition actually”, Palaniswami confirmed while responding to a query at Thanjavur on if the alliance to its 2021 meeting election is going to be directed by AIADMK or BJP.
When terrorists raised the exact same query at Tiruvarur earlier in the afternoon, he’d stated it could be determined when the meeting election was declared. In addition, he added that not just the AIADMK, but no celebration was in a country to determine the alliance today.
About NEET, he explained,”To protect the pupils from the spread of this virus in this pandemic, I’d written a letter to the Prime Minister on July 8 requesting him to cancel the NEET examination”.
Asked if the government would take action to stop agricultural land being converted to home sites regardless of the delta being declared a secure agriculture zone, the chief minister stated,”Shelter is the best demand for everybody. People today desire to live within city limits. That ought to be fulfilled, but it shouldn’t go beyond a limitation”.
He dispelled fears that the newly declared Mettur excess water strategy to fulfill 100 lakes in Salem will leave the delta ironic as”just the surplus water will be used with this strategy”. Throughout the assembly, he clarified the continuing projects and establishment of infrastructure such as two-way street jobs.
Food Minister R Kamaraj, district collector T Anand and senior officers engaged in the assembly. In addition, he held talks with farmers, industrialists and self sustaining band members. Earlier, the chief minister laid the foundation stone for a variety of projects worth Rs 22. 66 crore from the district. In addition, he unveiled buildings and other amenities worth Rs 11.5 crore. In addition, he spread welfare steps worth Rs 5.5 crore to 781 beneficiaries.

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