BJP protest to allow the public to bathe in Courtallam Falls.
A protest was held on behalf of the BJP demanding the opening of Courtala Falls, a popular tourist spot in the district.
Tourists have been banned from bathing in the Kurla Falls at the foothills of the Western Ghats in the Tenkasi district for more than a year due to the spread of corona infection.
It is customary for the public to flock to Main Falls, Aintaruvi, Chitraruvi, and Old Courtallam for bathing.
It will also be a pleasant experience for the public to enjoy the pleasant scenery and environment.
In this situation, tourist destinations are being opened with various restrictions in the situation where the epidemic is declining throughout Tamil Nadu.
More than 100 party volunteers, led by BJP district president Ramaraja, chanted slogans demanding the immediate reopening of the waterfall and the cancellation of rent at the Courtallam Nadar temple.
As not only the Courtallam falls have been allowed to open so far, but traders and tourists alike have been severely affected.
Chief Minister MK Stalin’s sudden inspection of the state bus.
Today is the 6th day of the mega vaccination camp in Tamil Nadu. As such, vaccination camps are being held at various places in Chennai.
Accordingly, Chief Minister MK Stalin inspected the vaccination camp being carried out in areas including Kannaki Nagar and Old Mahabalipuram Road under the Chennai Corporation and spoke to the public.
Subsequently, before leaving the General Secretariat, he boarded a bus bound for Kannagi Nagar and conducted a surprise inspection of Chief Minister MK Stalin.
The Chief Minister listened to the grievances of the people to the passengers on the bus as to whether the buses were arriving on time, whether there were adequate facilities and whether additional facilities were required.
He also asked if female passengers were regularly given free tickets to women on the bus.