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The special gift given by the Tamil Nadu government on Pongal

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Pongal gift hanger will contain raw rice, sugar, raisins, cashews, cardamom and sugarcane, which will be given to all card holders to reduce the impact of drought in Gaza cyclone and northern districts in Kaveri delta.

The Tamil Nadu government will provide all ration card holders in the state for a Pongal festival to pay 1,000 rupees cash and a gift. The Governor of the state, Banwarilal Purohit gave this information. The governor said that the state government will also reconstitute its transport corporations with the help of German agency KFW and prepare a housing project for slum dwellers.

He said that industrial policy will be released shortly in the space and defense sector so that indigenous components can be promoted in both these areas.

While addressing the state assembly, he said, “I am happy to announce that this Government has decided to help the Ration card holders to pay 1,000 rupees to the Pongal festival, except for the Thiruvarur district. The entire state will be implemented as the code of conduct is applicable due to the bypolls in Thiruvarur assembly constituency. “

He said that Pongal gift hanger will have raw rice, sugar, raisins, cashew, cardamom and sugarcane, which will be given to all card holders to reduce the impact of drought in Ghaza cyclone and northern districts in Kaveri delta.

The priest said that the state government is launching a comprehensive restructuring program for transport corporations with the support of the German bilateral funding agency KFW.

According to him, the state government has prepared a comprehensive housing project ‘Tamil Nadu Housing and Habitat Development Project’ with the help of the World Bank, which aims to transform the slums of Chennai, Thiruvalluvar and Kanchipuram districts.

He said, “A similar project is proposed to be run around the Chennai metro area in collaboration with the Asian Development Bank, and the general building rules will be notified soon to increase the doze business in the housing sector.”

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