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TN govt allocates Rs 500 cr for Singara Chennai 2.0 scheme

Tuesday, 20 Feb 2024
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The Tamil Nadu government has allocated Rs 500 crore for the Singara Chennai 2.0 for its fourth year. The scheme is implemented jointly by the Greater Chennai Corporation (GCC) and the Chennai Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (CMWSSB). The civic body will soon decide the projects to be executed in FY 2024-25.

State Finance Minister Thangam Thennarasu, while presenting the Tamil Nadu Budget on 19 February 2024, said Rs 500 crore would be allocated to Singara Chennai 2.0 for 2024-25.

The GCC has so far taken up 1,166 projects, which account for Rs 1,146 crore of the total allocation for the scheme. In FY24, the civic body took up 247 projects, worth Rs 356 crore. Of these, 244 are ongoing, including the integrated storm water drain (ISWD) in the Kosasthalaiyar basin, estimated at a cost of Rs 181 crore. The pending projects include redesigning 109 roads, establishing 19 parks and 37 playfields, and restoring 24 waterbodies.

In the scheme’s first year, FY 2021-22, a total of 200 projects themed around heritage and culture, education, cleanliness, smart civic solutions, and tourism were executed. Of these, 185 projects, worth Rs 440.78 crore, were completed, and 14 are ongoing. In the subsequent financial year, the GCC started 719 projects. At present, 620 projects, worth Rs 222.73 crore have been completed, and 81 are ongoing.

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