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A Word of Appreciation

Brahmanyan

Well-known member
I am glad Tamil Nadu has an active Chief Minister Hon. Edappadi K. Palaniswamy. He is very active and fast in taking action. He seems to enjoy his position, inspite of obstacles he has to face at every level from his political adverseries.
Tamil Nadu has always been a favourite place in South for new industries. Recently I visited Chennai after a long break. I had the opportunity to visit SIPCOT SEZ, in Sriperumpudur. Surprised to see quite a number of new industries big and small coming up.
I am told by my relative's and friends whom I met, the Government under this CM is good. Civic complaints are attended to without delay. This active involvement of CM has inspired other Ministers to take interest in their work as well.

The new Metro connectivity extends to the four corners of the City.The City looks much better than Bangalore. Most of the roads are good.

I have no interest in Politics. My views are on the basis of what I observe. I believe we have to appreciate the people who are doing good for the society.

Brahmanyan,
Bangalore.
 
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tbs

Well-known member
hi sir,

recently i visited kerala....palakkad/guruvayur and coimbatore....coimbatore is developing faster than

kerala....i visited kerala 50 yrs back and now....there is no much change in kerala...same old life in kerala

villages...same roads too...but tamil nadu is growing faster than any other state...this is my observation..
 

Brahmanyan

Well-known member
hi sir,

recently i visited kerala....palakkad/guruvayur and coimbatore....coimbatore is developing faster than

kerala....i visited kerala 50 yrs back and now....there is no much change in kerala...same old life in kerala

villages...same roads too...but tamil nadu is growing faster than any other state...this is my observation..
Sri tbs,

Coimbatore is my native place, where I was born, bred up and studied. It is developed into a major industrial City and educational centre in India due to the initiatives of two major communities Naidus and Vellala Gownders.Over 75 Textile units are in Coimbatore. Many industries including Textile Machinery manufacturing, Pumpsets, Electrical and electronic industries are in Coimbatore . Vellala Gownders are lovers of land and agricultural activities. Hard working people. I have many good friends who belong to this community.

The present CM of Tamil Nadu Hon. Edappadi K. Palaniswamy belongs to Gownder Community is from Salem district.

On the other hand Palakkad is a group of Villages mostly occupied by Brahmins ( in those days). It has different topography. An agricultural centre, rice bowl of Malabar.
Palakkad was in old Madras Province, just an hour's drive from Coimbatore. I had many classmates from Palakkad and Chittur area.
In Kerala, we can see development in old Travancore area.
Regards,
Brahmanyan
Bangalore.
 

Maha52

Member
T.N. clocks good growth despite ‘shocks’

At 8.17%, the State’s growth rate is way ahead of the national figure of 6.81%

Tamil Nadu, during 2018-19, recorded an economic growth rate of 8.17%, despite a deficit northeast monsoon and cyclone Gaja that devastated parts of the State.

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Lauding Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami for clearing a number of industrial projects, Mr. Sathyan is hopeful of the State doing well this year too despite the overall economic slowdown.

V. Sathyanarayanan, a leading farmer of Tiruvarur district, however, has a different take.

Though the primary sector’s figures look impressive as these figures reflect the value of production, agriculturists have not been benefitted by the development.

“We have not been given remunerative prices suitably. All what we want is the implementation of the Swaminathan Commission’s recommendation in letter and spirit that farmers be paid the Minimum Support Price (MSP), which should be at least 50% more than the weighted average cost of production,” the farmer adds.


 

Maha52

Member
Sir

The State is doing better despite serious bottlenecks. There were challenges like water crisis in April and May. The Government has declared drought in 24 districts.

Now, it is reported that there is a systematic review of status of every projects, even preparedness for the North East Monsoon. 1,829 lakes to be desilted under Chief Ministers Pet Project Kudimaramathu scheme this year

The States growth is driven by the automotive, textile, manufacturing, biotechnology, health, energy, pharmaceutical, animation and the visual effects industries, as well as other areas of IT.

But still this State needs to pay more attention on renewable energy which was overtaken by neighbouring State Kanataka
 
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