Union Home Minister Amit Shah has arrived in Tamil Nadu (Amit Shah in tamilnadu) on a two-day visit. On Saturday, he laid the foundation stone for projects worth 67 thousand crores in Chennai. Addressing the program, he accused the previous UPA government of the Congress-DMK alliance of neglecting Tamil Nadu. Amit Shah said that whatever the Narendra Modi government is giving to Tamil Nadu, it is the right of this state.
Amit Shah said, “I want to tell the people of Tamil Nadu that the Narendra Modi government is standing with Tamil Nadu like a rock and working for the development of Tamil Nadu.” He said that Rs 4,400 crore was sent directly to 45 lakh farmers of Tamil Nadu in their bank accounts. 30,000 crore has been given separately to the farmers through Rural Cooperative Bank and RRB.
‘India competes with Corona better than developed countries’
Home Minister Amit Shah said, ‘The whole world is struggling with the wrath of Corona. The entire country has faced this epidemic under the leadership of Narendra Modi. Looking at the figures, India has been able to compete well with other developed countries.
‘Tamil Nadu topped this year in terms of good governance’
Amit Shah said, ‘For the all-round development of Tamil Nadu, projects worth 70 thousand crores have been launched and the foundation stone has been laid. Ever since the Narendra Modi government has come to the Center, there has been competition for good governance in the states. I am happy to say that this year Tamil Nadu has been the top in terms of good governance.
‘Tamil is the oldest culture, has always brought India glory’
Earlier, before making his speech, Amit Shah paid tribute to MGR and Jayalalithaa. Shah said, ‘The way Tamil Nadu developed under the leadership of the great MGR and Lokanetri Jayalalitha ji, I am confident that under the leadership of Palaniswami ji, Tamil Nadu can move forward on this path to become the best state in the country. Tamil culture is one of the oldest cultures in the history of India, which has always brought glory to India worldwide. Whether it is a cultural field, science, art, craftsmanship or freedom movement, one can never forget the contribution of Tamil culture. ‘