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KARUR: People's essential requirements such as regular supply of potable water to all parched areas and development of basic amenities in Karur district would be given priority, Transport Minister V. Senthil Balaji told constituency voters here on Sunday.
Walking the streets of Kadambankurichi and adjoining areas in Karur Assembly Constituency as part of thanks giving to voters, Mr. Balaji pointed out that Chief Minister Jayalalithaa had promised during her election rally here ahead of the Assembly polls that all steps would be taken to address the drinking water scarcity in towns and villages of the district.
“In consonance with the promise, all efforts would be taken to ameliorate the sufferings of the masses. In fact we would try and prevent incidents such as public taking to the streets with empty pots to highlight their demand for regular supply of drinking water in several parts of the district that was the feature till some months back,” the Minister said.
Likewise, the State government would do its best to improve the basic amenities and provide the public with essentials in all spheres of activity, the Minister assured his constituency. Roads would be developed and repaired to provide better connectivity even as law and order would be maintained at any cost, he added.
As far as his portfolio is concerned, the Minister said that he would strive to improve the standard and comfort of travelling public by calling for quality service with dedication and social concern.
Mr. Balaji went door-to-door as when he did to solicit votes ahead of the Assembly elections and thanked the voters for reposing faith in him.
Party's Karur Union secretary K. Kamalakkannan, Assembly Constituency segment secretary S. Thiruvika and AIADMK cadre accompanied him.
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