The Tamil Nadu government changed the names of three metro stations to the late Chief Minister C.N. Annadurai, M.G. Ramachandran and J.K. We have decided to keep Jayalalithaa on.
Tamil Nadu government on Friday named three metro stations late Chief Minister C.N. Annadurai, M.G. Ramachandran and J.K. Jayalalithaa is kept
Chennai: The Tamil Nadu government on Friday named three metro stations late Chief Minister C.N. Annadurai, M.G. Ramachandran and J.K. Jayalalithaa is kept on. According to the government order, the name of Alandur station will now be ‘Arignar Anna Alandur Metro. The Central Metro will now be called ‘Puraichi Thalaivar Dr. MG Ramachandran Metro’ and CMBT station will now be called ‘Puraichi Thalaivi Dr. J Jayalalithaa CMMBT Metro’.
Chief Minister K Palaniswami said that the names of the stations were changed after the state government accepted the suggestions of the high-level committee. He also mentioned the steps taken by the AIADMK government under Jayalalithaa’s government to implement the metro rail project in the city.
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The Chief Minister said that in the second phase of Chennai Metro Rail three corridors of 118.9 km will be constructed at a cost of Rs 61,843 crore. In this, the network of metro will be spread from Madhavaram to SIPCOT, Light House to Poonamalay and Madhavaram to Sholinganallur.
He said, “The state government has passed the order in this regard, now the central approval and funds are awaited.”