Stalin reviews infrastructure works for Tamil meet

Coimbatore: Deputy Chief Minister M.K. Stalin on Sunday held a meeting to review the progress of infrastructure-related works for the ensuing World Classical Tamil Conference to be held in June.

The Deputy Chief Minister said that floats depicting the rich culture and heritage of Tamil and its legacies would form part of a three-km rally to be taken out from VOC Park in the city. On the procession route, the Chief Minister, leaders and foreign delegates would witness the procession.

One side of Avanashi Road would be earmarked for the public to witness the procession. He wanted the police to identify the extent of the stretch for the purpose. Mr. Stalin also advised people to identify places along arterial roads where vehicles from other districts could be parked.

With Avanashi Road being the procession route, Mr. Stalin urged the officials to expedite the work of strengthening and widening the Tiruchi Road and also to complete the five roads that would serve as a link/scheme road between Avanashi Road and Tiruchi Road. He also asked the Corporation Commissioner to expedite the work of construction of a bus stand on Mettuppalayam Road.

The meeting was attended by Union Minister for Communications and Information Technology A. Raja; Tamil Nadu Ministers K.N. Nehru (Transport), M.P. Saminathan (Highways), Pongalur N. Palanisamy (Rural Industries and Animal Husbandry); District Collector P. Umanath; Corporation Commissioner Anshul Mishra; Inspector-General of Police, West Zone, Pramod Kumar; City Police Commissioner P. Sivanandi; Deputy Inspector General of Police B. Bala Naga Devi; and Superintendent of Police N. Kannan.



  1. Respected Sir,
    Really your idea of the conference is excellent and wonderfull
    I am really proud to be Tamilan
    I appreciate all the persons who involved in this work
    vazhga tamil ! valarga tamilagam!

  2. Recently I find all buses in chennai advertising for the tamil conference. Everything looks fine in that with Tiruvalluvar standing, etc. But, at the end I find the english month June written as “Sune 2010”. Is it Tamil? How come we conveniently forget our elegant tamil month names and post advertisements with this kind english months?

  3. Almost they making ready to conference on june.. doing very fast…

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