A day after Tamil Nadu finance minister O Panneerselvam presented the revised budget, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) treasurer and leader of opposition M K Stalin expressed disappointment at party members not being allowed to talk during the business advisory committee session.
Explaining the walkout of DMK members in the Business Advisory Committee meeting, he said the DMK members were not given a chance to speak in the meeting and so the DMK felt there was no need to convene such a meeting.
Speaking to reporters after inspecting the development works at Kolathur, Stalin said the slum board buildings at Raja Thottam are 44 years old as also those in Jamalia line.
The former deputy chief minister also urged the state to renovate the government school here.
Inspecting the classrooms and midday meal scheme, Stalin said, “There are several vacant posts and number of student admissions too has come down”, adding that a new structure has to come up to replace the old building.
He indicated he was ready to allocate funds from the MLA