Urban highways in Tamil Nadu will be upgraded for Rs 22 billion
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Urban highways in Tamil Nadu will be upgraded for Rs 22 billion

M K Stalin, Chief Minister, Tamil Nadu, said that the government will repair urban roads at a cost of Rs 22 billion during the current legislative assembly session.

Other development initiatives for improving roads, schools, transportation, etc. were also launched by him. At a cost of Rs 22 billion, he declared, the state government would rehabilitate a 4,600 km stretch of deteriorated roads in metropolitan regions.

Later, he discussed more plans for the growth of schools. He said that 1,200 additional classrooms would be added to high and higher secondary schools at a cost of Rs 2.5 billion in the near future. Additionally, there will be construction at schools located in the state's rural areas. With an investment of Rs 8 billion, approximately 6,000 classrooms will be built for panchayat union primary and middle schools.

The Chief Minister further asserted that 78% of the earlier announcements made by his administration have become projects.

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M K Stalin, Chief Minister, Tamil Nadu, said that the government will repair urban roads at a cost of Rs 22 billion during the current legislative assembly session. Other development initiatives for improving roads, schools, transportation, etc. were also launched by him. At a cost of Rs 22 billion, he declared, the state government would rehabilitate a 4,600 km stretch of deteriorated roads in metropolitan regions. Later, he discussed more plans for the growth of schools. He said that 1,200 additional classrooms would be added to high and higher secondary schools at a cost of Rs 2.5 billion in the near future. Additionally, there will be construction at schools located in the state's rural areas. With an investment of Rs 8 billion, approximately 6,000 classrooms will be built for panchayat union primary and middle schools. The Chief Minister further asserted that 78% of the earlier announcements made by his administration have become projects. Also read: TN seeks to rope in Singapore firms for housing projects New rail station and skywalk scheduled for Chennai's southern region

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