Chief Minister MK Stalin visited Tiruvarur for the first time after assuming office and paid respects at his grandparents’ memorial in Tirukkuvalai on Tuesday.
Stalin, who earlier arrived in Tiruchy around 5 pm, was received by Minis-ters KN Nehru and Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi at the airport from where he proceeded to Tiruvarur by road.After reaching Tiruvarur, the Chief Minister inspected some DPCs at Mannargudi and interacted with the employees.
He sought various details related to the daily activities of the centre.Subsequently, he went to his ancestral house in Thirukkuvalai.
It has been transformed into a memorial of his grandparents. He spent more than an hour at the memorial and some time at Muthuvelar Library established in memory of his grandparents.Stalin is scheduled to inaugurate a slew of projects in the district on Wednesday.
During his road trip to Tiruvarur from Tiruchy the Chief Minister’s convoy was stopped at several places and Stalin received petitions from the public.
Earlier in the day, Chief Minister MK Stalin discussed the implementation of schemes and plans worth Rs 1,702 crore for the welfare of differently-abled persons.
The Chief Minister discussed ways for speedy implementation of schemes which were being funded by the World Bank, better coordination and inclusive development of differently-abled persons in the state.