Chennai will soon be a city devoid of flood damage, says Stalin

Chief Minister MK Stalin has assured that Chennai will soon be transformed into a city that would not be affected by floods.

The northeast monsoon in Tamil Nadu started on October 26. It has been raining in various districts since then. 23 cm of rainfall was recorded in a single night in Chennai on November 6. Heavy rains lashed the city and it resulted in subsequent floods. The roads and houses in various parts of the city were inundated.

In this situation, the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu MK Stalin gave an interview to the media when he said, “The reason for the water stagnation in T. Nagar was the malpractice that took place in the name of Smart City Project. Water is being pumped out by electric motors in flood-hit areas. We are going to seek relief from the Central Government after a thorough study of the rain damage.

We are focusing on the affected areas and carrying out relief work. Doing research work under extraordinary circumstances is nothing new to me. We have been carrying out various refurbishment works since the government took over. Chennai will soon be transformed into a city that will no longer be affected by monsoons.

Medical camps have been set up in many places to prevent monsoon-related diseases. The damage is due to the idleness exhibited by the previous AIADMK government for the last 10 years”.Thus he said.

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