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Rich tributes paid to Muthiah Chettiar

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Tributes: G. Masilamani, Advocate General of Tamil Nadu unveiling a portrait of Raja Sir M.A. Muthiah Chettiar, the first Mayor of Chennai Corporation, at the Presidency College on Saturday. (From right) PCAA Vice-President S.Jagadeesan, former Minister R.M. Veerappan and industrialist M.A.M. Ramaswamy are in the picture.
Tributes: G. Masilamani, Advocate General of Tamil Nadu unveiling a portrait of Raja Sir M.A. Muthiah Chettiar, the first Mayor of Chennai Corporation, at the Presidency College on Saturday. (From right) PCAA Vice-President S.Jagadeesan, former Minister R.M. Veerappan and industrialist M.A.M. Ramaswamy are in the picture.

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Advocate-General G. Masilamani unveiled his portrait

CHENNAI: Speakers led by S. Jagadeesan, vice-president of Presidency College Alumni Association (PCAA), paid rich tributes to Raja Sir M.A. Muthiah Chettiar for his contribution to the field of education and social service.

Presiding over a function to mark the unveiling of a portrait of Raja Sir M.A. Muthiah Chettiar, the first Mayor of Chennai Corporation, Mr. Jagadeesan said the life of Muthiah Chettiar was worthy of emulation by the present younger generation.

G. Masilamani, Advocate-General of Tamil Nadu, who unveiled the portrait in the presence of industrialists Nalli Kuppuswamy Chetty and M.A.M. Ramaswamy, and former Minister R.M. Veerappan, highlighted the public service rendered by Muthiah Chettiar, especially in the area of primary education and that too for the minority community.

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