A 10-year-old girl was pleasantly surprised when Chief Minister MK Stalin on his way out of the Vellore Collectorate at the end of the police officials review meeting halted his vehicle and received a pen she had with her on Wednesday night.
CM Stalin was just exiting the Collectorate gate when he saw a big crowd waiting to see him. He then slowed his vehicle and waved to them. It was then that his eyes fell on Yazhini (10) daughter of Silambarasan of Vanjur near Katpadi who was also waiting to see him. He stopped his vehicle and received the pen she handed over to him with a request that it be placed at the memorial of his father and former CM M Karunanidhi. CM Stalin then shook the girl’s hand and left. V Yazhini was gushing with joy due the Chief Ministers gesture.
Since the establishment of the DMK regime, school students have been making many demands to Chief Minister Stalin on social media. Those demands that were brought to the attention of Chief Minister Stalin were fulfilled.
A video of Divya, a student from Avadi area of Tiruvallur district, talking about the social ostracism she faces because she belongs to the Narikkurvar community, has gained attention on social media. After this, Chief Minister Stalin personally called the schoolgirls Priya, Divya and Darshini from the Narikuruvar community and promised to provide all necessary assistance for their education.He also provided welfare assistance as promised. He also went directly to the house of the girls and ate at their place.
Last December, a school girl wrote a letter to Principal Stalin asking for a new classroom building. On seeing the letter, the Chief Minister pointed out that the student Aradhana had written the letter while participating in the government welfare program assistance ceremony held in Tenkasi and announced that Rs 35.5 lakh will be allocated for the construction of 2 additional buildings for the school.
In this situation, a video of a girl meeting Chief Minister Stalin and giving him a gift in Vellore Gadpadi is going viral. The Tamil Nadu government is planning to erect a pen-shaped memorial in the sea near the Chennai Marina Memorial in memory of the former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu and former DMK leader, artist Karunanidhi. There is support and opposition to this plan. There was a lot of uproar during the hearing.The DMK and the ruling party are determined to put a pen memorial to Karunanidhi in the sea no matter how many protests there are.