Deputy Chief Minister M.K.Stalin on Monday inaugurated Rs.6.23 crore worth development schemes in the city, including a new building of the school for children with hearing disability on the premises of the Little Flower School.

Inaugurating the schemes, Mr.Stalin said the government had taken measures to issue special orders to facilitate completion of some development schemes for persons with disability.

The new building of the school for children with hearing disability was constructed at a cost of Rs.1.85 crore, he said. The building has hostel facilities for the students, their teachers and rooms for persons with disability who get medical treatment. A total of 28 development schemes in Nungambakkam and Kodambakkam Zones of Chennai Corporation were also inaugurated.

The facilities of the Corporation that Mr.Stalin inaugurated included a playground, 13 nutritious meal centres, modern gymnasium, three parks, dispensaries and a science laboratory for the Government Higher Secondary School at Nandanam. Union Minister for Textiles Dayanidhi Maran, Mayor M.Subramanian and Corporation Commissioner Rajesh Lakhoni participated.

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