CM Palaniswami says Tamil Nadu will get 3 new law colleges
The CM Edappadi K Palanswami announced the state will get three new government law colleges this year. 'The three new law colleges are being inaugurated as the number of applications for studying law has been on the rise. Work on the three colleges will commence immediately and a special officer will be appointed to oversee the work in each college,' he said. But the college's names of districts are not revealed.
Palaniswami said, “each law college will be established at a cost of Rs 3.17 crore and a total of Rs 9.52 crore has been sanctioned.” And also the Coimbatore law college upgrade with a cost of Rs 7.7 crore.
He said a new multi-story building construct on the Madras High Court at a cost of Rs 202.40 crore. He also advised all sub-court working within the high court complex will be shifted to the new block. Another complex os constructed at Paramathi in Namakkal district at cost of Rs 10.93 crore. Meanwhile, the officers will get computers and other infrastructure with a cost of Rs 21.63 crore. And integrated commercial taxes department building will be constructed at a cost of Rs 23.38 crore at Trichy. The CM also announced that its own buildings for commercial tax departments will be constructed at various distrust with the cost of Rs 24 crore.
And the government will also give Rs 1,200 crore for upgrading rural roads in the state. “Work will be undertaken to repair and renovate roads and dams damaged in delta districts due to Cyclone Gaja at a cost of Rs 200.53 crore,” he said. “The national rural economic transformation project will be launched in the state this year. A total of Rs 210.27 crore will be spent in the next four years under the scheme in Cuddalore, Erode, Salem, Thanjavur, and Trichy districts. This year Rs 40.61 crore has been sanctioned,” he said.