Puducherry govt rolls out free breakfast scheme for school students named after Karunanidhi

12 nov 2020

Puducherry govt rolls out free breakfast scheme for school students named after Karunanidhi

The Congress-administered Puducherry on Thursday revealed a free breakfast conspire for school understudies named after the late DMK President M Karunanidhi, saying it was a "fitting tributes" to his endeavours to guarantee States' privileges. Chief Minister V Narayanasamy, frequently at loggerheads with Lt Governor Kiran Bedi over various issues, said the Constitution could never permit the Centre to intercede in the organisation of resistance administered States through those selected to the gubernatorial post. Karunanidhi, a former Chief Minister of neighbouring Tamil Nadu, was acutely intrigued by improvement of Puducherry and all the more especially the oppressed and minimised areas, Narayanasamy said.
In the first place, the plan would cover around 106 schools since not every one of them are open attributable to the COVID-19 pandemic. Just understudies from classes XI-XII are permitted to visit the organisations and that too for explanation and direction. Narayanasamy said Karunanidhi had even scrutinised the importance of Governors for states, adding the regional government named the free breakfast plot after the late DMK veteran as a "fitting recognition" to his continued help for the privileges of the States.
The individuals of Puducherry could always remember Karunanidhi's help and participation to the association region for its privileges in Cauvery stream water sharing and furthermore to address a few of its issues, he added.
"West Bengal, Kerala, Puducherry, Rajasthan and Punjab have seen this shrouded plan of the Centre. However, the Constitution could never let the arrangement become a reality", he affirmed.