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As Amit Shah Visits Tamil Nadu, AIADMK Says Will Continue Its Alliance with BJP

Residence Minister Amit Shah, CM Ok Palaniswami, and Deputy CM O Panneerselvam pay tribute to MGR and Jayalalithaa in Chennai. (Twitter.ANI)

Claiming the social gathering’s victory in elections subsequent 12 months, the AIADMK coordinator mentioned that Opposition events have been perturbed by the social gathering’s deal with development and growth within the state.

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Placing to relaxation hypothesis of a rift between the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) and the Bharatiya Janata Occasion (BJP), Tamil Nadu Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam on Saturday declared that each the events will proceed to be alliance companions for the upcoming Meeting polls in 2021.

Claiming the social gathering’s victory in elections subsequent 12 months, he mentioned that Opposition events have been perturbed by the social gathering’s deal with development and growth within the state.

The AIADMK coordinator was talking on the perform the place Union Residence Minister Amit Shah devoted a water reservoir for Chennai’s wants and in addition laid the inspiration for numerous infrastructure initiatives within the state. Showering praises on Shah as “modern-era Chanakya”, Panneerselvam reiterated his religion in alliance with the saffron social gathering.

A brand new water reservoir constructed at an outlay of Rs 380 crore was inaugurated by Shah at a perform chaired by Chief Minister Ok Palaniswami in Kalaivanar Arangam in Chennai on Saturday. It’s the first reservoir constructed to cater to Chennai’s water wants within the final about 70 years.

Shah additionally laid the inspiration stones for Part II of Chennai Metro Rail with an outlay of Rs 61,843 crore. The three corridors stretching 173 km is predicted to start out business operations in 2026.

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