MK Stalin Fulfills 3 Poll Promises After Taking Charge as Tamil Nadu CM

 - Sakshi Post

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin fulfilled three poll promises on Friday which he made for the Assembly elections that happened in April. Stalin announced a Covid pandemic time relief of Rs 2,000 for the people of the state, a cut in Aavin milk rate and free travel for women in state-run buses.

CM Stalin also released an official statement bringing covid treatment in private hospitals under a government insurance scheme, to provide succour to such people.

It recalled the party's promise of providing Rs 4,000 for rice ration card holders to aid citizens affected due to the pandemic and help them with their livelihood. 

"To implement that, the Chief Minister has signed the order to provide the first instalment of Rs 2,000 in May itself at Rs 4,153.69 crore, covering 2,07,67,000 ration cardholders," the official statement read.

Chief Minister signed another order reducing the price of milk supplied by state-run Aavin by Rs 3 with effect from May 16. Women can travel free of cost in all ordinary fare city buses operated by State transport corporation from Saturday onwards and the government has allocated a sum of Rs 1,200 crore as subsidy for this purpose. 

He had then promised to solve the issues within 100 days of taking over as chief minister of the state if his party was given the mandate

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