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Cement at concessional rate for poor

Special Correspondent

Coimbatore: District Collector P. Umanath has announced that cement will be supplied at concessional rate to poor and middle income group families for constructing houses.

A release from the Collector said that such families constructing houses up to 1,000 sq.ft. would be eligible to buy up to 400 bags of cement each weighing 50 kg at the rate of Rs. 200 a bag. This could be bought in eight strokes. For renovation and repairs, up to 50 bags of cement would be permitted.

They could approach the following offices with demand draft for the intended quantity: Poosaripalayam godown 2473164, Kavundampalayam 2449937, Mettuppalayam 228148, Sulur 2680504, Pollachi 04259-2232090 and Valparai 04253-221412. In case of any difficulties, Senior Zonal Manager P. Sri Venkata Priya could be contacted at 0422-2440221.

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