Stalin inaugurates police quarters in Chennai

The inaugurated projects include construction of police residential quarters containing 1,036 houses constructed at the cost of Rs 186.51 crore in Cochin house in Chennai
CM Stalin inaugurated 1,036 police quarters built at a cost of 186.51 crores.
CM Stalin inaugurated 1,036 police quarters built at a cost of 186.51 crores.Twitter/@CMOTamilNadu

CHENNAI: Chief Minister MK Stalin on Monday inaugurated residential quarters for police and police stations constructed at the total cost of Rs 378.52 crore.

The inaugurated projects include construction of police residential quarters containing 1,036 houses constructed at the cost of Rs 186.51 crore in Cochin house in Chennai, residential quarters containing 596 houses for policemen attached to Armed Reserve in Pudupet constructed at the cost of Rs 100.3 crore, residential quarters with 80 houses for Fire and Rescue department in Manali constructed at the cost of Rs 2.2 crore, residential quarters containing 253 houses for policemen constructed under "your own house" scheme in Pillaivasal in Sivaganga district, Taramangalam in Salem district and Kandampakkam in Villupuram district at the cost of Rs 55.19 crore, 32 police residential quarters constructed at the cost of Rs 5.2 crore in Perundurai in Erode district, all-women police stations in MGR Nagar in Chennai, Erode and Sathyamangalam in Erode districts and Traffic police station at Kottar in Kanniyakumari district at the total cost of Rs 3.73 crore, DSP camp office and residential quarters at Vedaranyam in Nagapattinam district, administrative building for special police battalion in Tiruchirappalli district at the total cost of Rs 4.54 crore, residential quarters containing 11 houses for policemen attached to Prisons department in Ambasamudram sub jail in Tirunelveli district and three Fire and Rescue stations constructed in Tirupur and Avinasi in Tiruppur district, Peelamedu in Coimbatore district.

Later, in a function held at the Secretariat, the Chief Minister handed over the best weaver award for six weavers. The award contains a total cash price of Rs 20 lakh and certificates of appreciation. The first prize was bagged by PK Murugan from Thirubuvanam silk handloom weavers cooperative association. Awards were also presented for three best handloom exporters.

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