The Tamil Nadu Assembly Petitions Committee re-examined on Friday the 13 petitions submitted to the Assembly on September 7, 2010, out of 50 eligible petitions from out of the total petitions relating to Vellore district submitted to it, according to the committee chairman and MLA R. Manoharan.
According to an official release, Mr. Manoharan gave this information while participating in a meeting convened by the committee at the Collectorate here on Friday to review the action taken on the petitions submitted to it. He also said that proper action would be recommended and proposals sent by the committee to the government on the remaining petitions.
The committee appreciated the act of Vellore Collector P. Sankar in implementing in an exemplary manner the government’s schemes and ensuring allotment of sufficient funds for works to be undertaken based on the petitions submitted by the public.
Earlier, the committee chairman and members P. Ganesan, R.N. Kittusamy, K. Ponnusamy, P. Vijayalakshmi Palanichamy, T. Haridas, V. Ponnupandi and A. Ramasamy visited the sewage treatment plant constructed under the Rs.40.49-crore underground sewerage scheme and the work connected with the Rs.1295-crore Cauvery Water Supply Scheme near Muthu Mandapam in Vellore. Collector Sankar, Vellore Mayor P. Karthiyayini, Deputy Mayor V.D. Dharmalingam, MLAs A. Mohammed John, R.Srinivasan, M. Kalaiarasu, K. Lingamuthu and A. Aslam Pasha, Superintendent of Police P. Vijayakumar, District Revenue Officer K. Balaraman and Project Director of the District Rural Development Agency N. Srinivasan accompanied the committee members.