Chennai, March 6 (BPNS)
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, M.K.Stalin will chair a three-day meeting of district collectors, district police superintendents, and district forest officers from March 10th to March 12th.
The Chief minister conducting a meeting of the district forest officers is for the first time and is mainly for focused discussions on the implementation of forest-related schemes.
The key objective of the meeting, according to a government statement, is to know the status of the government schemes and the extent to which the schemes were implemented in the state. The Chief Minister will have an open discussion with the officials to know about the ground-level implementation of the schemes.
The district police superintendents will have to brief the Chief Minister on the ground level situation of crimes and the recent back-to-back killings at Chengalpattu and the honour killings and caste-related killings of South Tamil Nadu including Tirunelveli district will figure in the meeting with the Chie Minister.
Ministers, senior department secretaries will participate in the meeting to be held at the Government secretariat, the statement said.