“If you still praise me, I will act”; CM warns MLA

Chennai: The Chief Minister has issued a directive to the MLA praising him inside and outside the Assembly. The name of the Chief Minister should not be praised out of necessity or unnecessary. The Chief Minister advised his MLAs that action would be taken if such incidents reoccurred. Don’t waste time praising leaders unnecessarily. Everything has a limit. Stalin said that if he remained prime minister, he would not be warned and he would take action. Assembly session continues in Tamil Nadu. During the discussions on awarding grants to MLAs, the Chief Minister was regularly praised by his own MLAs and others. Stalin tightened his grip on the legislature with strong praise. In Tamil Nadu, praising and praising the Chief Minister and party leaders is commonplace. But Stalin, the leader and prime minister, advised his own MLA not to resort to such behavior. He suggested that many of the practices followed by former chief ministers after taking office as chief minister should not be allowed. The decision of the Tamil Nadu government to announce a Rs 317 crore package for Sri Lankan refugees was significant. The special package is for social assistance schemes, including the rehabilitation of refugee housing in Tamil Nadu. Stalin told the assembly that the government would establish a special committee for the welfare of Sri Lankan Tamil refugees in the state. Every effort will be made to grant them citizenship and provide the necessary arrangements for those who wish to return to Sri Lanka. The CM said these are long-standing needs. Up to 3,04,269 Sri Lankan Tamil citizens have come to Tamil Nadu since 1983. Of these, 58,822 are staying in 108 camps in 29 districts of the state. 34,087 live in other places after registration. Chief Minister Stalin had said that he would focus on education, housing and employment to improve their living standards. While the Kovid-19 cases were strong in Tamil Nadu, Stalin had given instructions to strengthen defensive measures. The government had imposed strict restrictions in Coimbatore, Madurai and Tirupur, where Kovid’s cases were high. Strict restrictions were imposed in the districts of Coimbatore, Nilgiris, Tirupur, Erode, Salem, Karur, Namakkal, Thanjavur, Thiruvarur, Nagapattinam and Mayiladuthurai. He had warned that if Kovid violated the guidelines, severe action would be taken and restrictions would be re-imposed.

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