Stalin to go to Coimbatore on August 24 | Chennai Information

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COIMBATORE: Tamil Nadu chief minister M Ok Stalin will participate in a authorities operate in Kinathukadavu space in Coimbatore district on August 24, stated electrical energy minister V Senthil Balaji on Saturday.
Speaking to reporters after conducting an inspection in waterlogged areas within the night, Balaji stated the chief minister would distribute welfare measures to 82,000 beneficiaries throughout his go to.
He stated that the federal government has sanctioned Rs 9 crore for the widening of a drainage canal alongside the Trichy Street to the gap of two.1 km. A authorities order on this connection has been issued.
The channel will carry extra water from Valankulam tank to Sanganur Pallam. The absence of a large canal had precipitated waterlogging, inflicting inconvenience to the general public throughout final 12 months’s monsoon.
The outlet of Valankulam was designed wrongly in Sensible Metropolis work, which resulted in delay in extra water draining from the waterbody. It was rectified final 12 months, he stated.
Proposals to put left-out roads and drainage channels at the price of Rs 200 crore have been despatched to the state authorities. Funds might be obtained quickly, he stated.
As a monsoon precautionary measure, 35,000 previous electrical energy poles have been changed with new ones all through the state within the final month. 1.33 lakh poles and 10,000 km size electrical strains are in inventory, he stated.
In Coimbatore, solely Valparai obtained heavy rain, however there was no harm.
The minister stated the CM had taken elaborate measures for rain preparedness. Aside from conducting collectors’ conferences, he was talking to the collectors of districts, the place rain harm was reported, over the telephone. He additionally straight talked to folks staying in short-term camps as a consequence of stagnation of rain.

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