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NEW INITIATIVE: Minister for Public Works T.U. Kuruvilla inaugurating the mini-civil station at Chembukkavu in Thrissur on Thursday. Minister for Revenue K.P. Rajendran is seen beside him.
NEW INITIATIVE: Minister for Public Works T.U. Kuruvilla inaugurating the mini-civil station at Chembukkavu in Thrissur on Thursday. Minister for Revenue K.P. Rajendran is seen beside him.

Staff Reporter

THRISSUR: Minister for Public Works T.U. Kuruvilla has said that a new building complex costing Rs.1.4 crore will be constructed for the mini-civil station at Chembukkavu here.

Inaugurating the Rs.1.8 crore mini-civil station at Chembukkavu, the Minister said that Government employees should be committed to the welfare of the common man. Minister for Revenue K.P. Rajendran said that heritage buildings housing Government offices would be preserved. "The Government is considering construction of new building complexes for courts. Alienated Government land valued at Rs.200 crore has been recovered. A comprehensive survey to identify those below poverty line is being planned," he said.

The Revenue Minister said that religious festivals would be conducted in the State complete with its age-old customs and rites. "Chief Minister V. S. Achuthanandan will convene a special meeting in this regard," Mr. Rajendran said.

Mayor R. Bindu presided. Rajaji Mathew Thomas, V.S. Sunil Kumar, C. Ravindranath, MLAs, and Rajan J. Pallan, councillor, were among those present on the occasion.

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