22-07-2017 07:00 AM | Pooja Nevewani | My Indian Dream
A holy place for the future generations...
Union Minister Pon Radhakrishnan announced the inauguration of a museum built in honour of the great Indian President and scientist Dr APJ Abdul Kalam on July 27. The inauguration will be held at Peikarambur in Tamil Nadu.
The museum would be on a 3.45 acre site and will also comprise of a planetarium. On inspecting the work progress in the area the Union Minister said that the museum would be a holy place for everyone and the future generations can draw inspirations and encouragements from the museum.
He further commented on the fishermen’s issue that after the matter was taken to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, about 42 boats were released and a more 100 will be released soon. Also, under the central government’s sponsored scheme, Tamil Nadu fishermen would get about 750 boats. Also, the Prime Minister is working on the matter and steps are taken to avoid Indian and Sri Lankan fishermen from getting into each country’s territorial waters.
Also, a few more statements were made about road work going on Tamil Nadu. The four laning of the Madurai-Paramakudi stretches on. The four laning of the Paramakudi-Rameswaram sector and a Rs. 600 crore required for this project is yet to be sanctioned. The road on Pamban bridge will also be four laned.
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