Seven wells gets a makeover
  Sep 04, 2010 12.30 PM

Union Minister for Textiles, Dayanidhi Maran inspected the developments of the proposed improvements in the drainage system in the area.

The drainage system in Seven Wells was a major cause of worry for the residents of the area for a long time. The Corporation, which has been concentrating on developing infrastructure in Chennai, had ordered a renovation project of the drainage system in the Seven Wells area. Union Minister Dayanidhi Maran inspected the works that have been completed in the area on Friday.

Speaking to authorities, he ordered that the project be finished in time. The project has been implemented at a cost of Rs. 1.46 crores. This will benefit nearly 7.5 lakh families who reside in that area. Mr. Maran also spoke to local residents and learnt about their troubles and apprehensions. He immediately ordered the authorities to make sure the grievances of the public are attended to.

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