The DMK says they are suing the people without using the support of the people during the election. Edappadi Palanisamy indirectly attacked.
The 46th Indian Tourism and Industry Exhibition was held yesterday at the Anna Gallery in Chennai. The function was presided over by Deputy Chief Minister O. Pannirselvam. Tourism Minister Wellamandi Natarajan presided over the function. Inaugurating the exhibition, Chief Minister Edappadi Palanisamy said: –
The exhibition features 28 state government departments, 14 PSUs, one central government agency, 4 other state government agencies, Tamil Nadu Legal Aid Center and 110 private halls. Tourism is one of the most important industries in the world today. The income of the country is much higher than the personal benefit of tourism and economic growth leads to improvement.
The Government of Tamil Nadu is developing the infrastructure of the tourism sector, selecting new tourist centers and providing basic facilities. In 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017, Tamil Nadu topped the list of Indian and foreign tourists. In 2018, 30 crore domestic tourists and 61 lakh foreign tourists visited Tamil Nadu.
The growing number of tourists who visit Tamil Nadu annually has confirmed that Tamil Nadu is one of the most sought after tourist destinations in India. The Chinese chancellor and the Prime Minister of India in Mamallapuram held a historic event.
Plans will be implemented in collaboration with the federal government to improve infrastructure and modernize existing facilities to meet the needs of tourists. The Central Government has recently given approval for this.
Though the Government of Tamil Nadu has been lauded by many, some of them are unacceptably blocking the way we travel. They think they are the best in the world. Who has filed a lawsuit against the use of popular support at the time of the election? People know that. Thus he spoke.
The exhibition takes place today (Monday) for the first 70 days. Edappadi Palanisamy visited the halls set up on behalf of the government departments. The statue, which is built on behalf of the Hindu Charitable Trust, is designed to be the seat of Lord Shiva. The exhibition has been organized for traditional art shows.
It is priced at Rs.35 for adults and Rs.20 for adults. Visitors are allowed between 3pm and 10pm. The museum is open on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 10 am to 10 pm. The ticket is announced in a shaky manner.
Ministers T. Jayakumar, P. Benjamin, Managing Director of Tamil Nadu Tourism Development Corporation, V Amuthavalli, MLAs Natraj, Satya and many others participated in the function.
Earlier, Chief Secretary K Shanmugam welcomed the gathering. Tamil Nadu Tourism Development Corporation Chairman Ashok Dongre addressed the gathering.