Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palanisamy today said his government was the continuation of the good governance given by late Chief Minsiter Jayalalithaa, who gave various development projects in the entire sector.
Speaking after inaugurating various development schemes worth Rs 1,313 crore for four districts of Coimbatore, Erode, Tirupur and Nilgiris districts at a function here, Palanisamy said that the government was implementing schemes announced by Jayalalithaa in the State Assembly Under 110.
Listing out the schemes for the benefit of farmers, weavers, industries, tea estate workers and also the agreement signed after the successful Global Investors Meet, he said that all the four districts have benefited under the rule of former chief minister.
On the river water issue affecting the districts, Palanisamy said that he has taken up the issues of dam being constructed by Kerala across Bhavani and also constitution of Cauvery Managemenr Board, with the Prime Minister Narendra Modi some days ago.
The Chief Minister also inaugurated the new building for District Collectorate and also the District Police Office building.
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