Amit Shah to visit Tamil Nadu on November 21, to lay foundation stone for projects worth over Rs 67,000 cr

Amit Shah to visit Tamil Nadu on November 21, to lay foundation stone for projects worth over Rs 67,000 cr

Chennai: In an Official occasion in Chennai on Saturday (November 21), Union Home Minister Amit Shah is to declare open Thervoy Kandigai reservoir (Chennai’s fifth reservoir) and in addition lay the inspiration stone for a number of infrastructure tasks throughout Tamil Nadu value Rs 67,378 cr. The Home Minister and former BJP President’s go to additionally comes at a time when political events within the southern state are gearing up for the upcoming 2021 Assembly polls. 

Phase-II of Chennai Metro Rail at an estimated value of Rs 61,843 cr, a flyover at Coimbatore-Avinashi Road at the price of Rs 1,620 cr, a shutter dam throughout Cauvery river in Karur district, enlargement of Chennai commerce centre at the price of Rs 309 cr, building of a petroleum terminal at Vallur by Indian Oil Corporation at the price of Rs 900 cr, building of a lube plant at Ammulavoyal at the price of Rs 1,400 cr and a jetty on the Chennai Kamarajar port at a value of Rs 900 cr, are the tasks for which the inspiration stone might be laid. 

The official perform is to happen at Kalaivanar Arangam in Chennai on Saturday night, with Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi Ok Palaniswami and Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam presiding over, within the presence of State Ministers, Members of Parliament from Tamil Nadu and different dignitaries. 

It was on November 15 that Tamil Nadu BJP President L Murugan had made an announcement concerning Amit Shah’s Chennai go to and assembly with Chief Minister Palaniswami. Speaking to reporters, Murugan had stated Shah’s go to will enthuse the occasion employees right here and can create a concern within the minds of the opposition events. 

The State BJP is predicted to accord a rousing reception to the Home Minister on the airport, and later there may also be a gathering of their occasion officers. Shah’s go to additionally comes at a time when allies AIADMK and BJP are on a collision course over the latter’s Vetri Vel Yatra in Tamil Nadu.

The BJP sees the Vel Yatra as a present of solidarity with the Hindu neighborhood within the state, forward of the 2021 Assembly elections. 

It have to be famous that, in latest instances there had been controversies within the state after a Youtube channel had uploaded a video with derogatory content material towards hymns sung in reward of Lord Muruga. BJP functionaries and supporters had alleged that the individuals who uploaded these movies on YouTube had ties with the opposition occasion DMK. 

The Tamil Nadu Government had determined to reject permission for the month-long Vetri Vel Yatra that the state unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party had deliberate throughout the state, invoking Lord Murugan. The Yatra, started on November 6 and is to conclude on December 6, protecting all six abodes of Lord Murugan by traversing from Tiruttani to Tiruchendur. 

On the primary day of the Yatra, L Murugan and BJP Vice President Annamalai, H Raja, CT Ravi and over 100 occasion functionaries have been taken into preventive custody and later launched by Police in Tiruttani, after they tried to go ahead with the ‘Vel Yatra’. They proceeded regardless of not being granted permission by the Tamil Nadu Government. 

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