Tamilnadu Chief Minister Edappadi Palanisamy has said that they have made several demands to the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Yesterday the Niti Ayog meeting was held in New Delhi presided over by the prime minister. This meeting was attended by all the chief ministers of states.
Post the meeting, Edappadi Palanisamy said that they had made several demands to the prime minister. He said that they had demanded allocation of funds for water maintenance or Kudimaramathu projects in Tamilnadu. Besides, requests were made to construct medical colleges in Siva Ganga and Ramanathapuram, and the demand for a dental college in Viruthunagar.
Besides they had also demanded
central government recognition for Gandhi Grama College. 500 crores budget has
been requested for the purpose. Besides many other plans were discussed for the
development and welfare of farmers and small scale businessmen.
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