Chennai News Live Updates: The Puducherry government is making all necessary and elaborate arrangements in connection with a conference as part of the G20 summit slated to be held on January 30, a senior government official said on Saturday. As India assumed the Presidency of the G20 for one year from December 1, 2022, to 30 November 2023, over 200 meetings will be held across the country, including one in Puducherry.
Meanwhile, the DMK is all set to take on the BJP-led Centre in the Parliament’s Budget session over the controversial BBC documentary, the Hindenburg Research’s report on Adani group and a host of other issues. Chairing a meeting of party MPs here, party president and Chief Minister M K Stalin advised them to debate with firmness in Parliament on Tamil Nadu related key issues, the controversy over the BBC documentary on 2002 Gujarat violence and the losses to investors following the Hindenburg Research’s report on the Adani group.
In other news, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin would soon also launch a new plan of on-the-spot assessment, ‘Kala Ayvil Mudalamaichar,’ aimed at reviewing implementation of government schemes and benefits reaching the people. While Stalin had already said that his review programmes across the State would continue, the new scheme is intended to formalise the initiative and he would inaugurate it and tour the northern Vellore region on February 1 and 2.
Chennai News Live Updates: CM Stalin to launch spot assessment plan, to give leg-up to implementation of schemes. Follow this space for all the latest updates from Chennai, Tamil Nadu