Tamil Nadu: Union Finance and Corporate Affairs Minister Nirmala Sitharaman chaired a review meeting with all public sector officials in Tamil Nadu’s Virudhunagar district on Sunday. After the review meeting, the Union Minister announced a project aimed at detecting and preventing livestock diseases as well as their spread in humans and said that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led central government discriminates in the allocation of funds to Tamil Nadu. is not doing.
Sitharaman presented checks for loan assistance to entrepreneurs and women self-help groups in the state under various schemes of the central government and visited product exhibitions organized at 23 places set up by entrepreneurs who had earlier started their business with public sector banks. had taken loan for My.
Addressing the press conference, the Union Minister said that she is going to Virudhnagar for the third time to review the problems of the district. “The officials of this district are lax in implementing some of the central government projects,” he said. The Union Minister informed that steps have been taken to set up a mobile veterinary team in the area of one lakh livestock and to recruit veterinary surgeons in the district as most of the farmers of the district are interested in animal husbandry.
Addressing former finance minister P Chidambaram’s criticism of the National Monetization Pipeline (NMP) launched by the Centre, Sitharaman said that Chidambaram, who is currently slamming the central government, had done so during his tenure as finance minister. During the privatization of Delhi Railway was authorized.