The swearing-in of MK Stalin as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu has brought back to life the democratic traditions that had been left out in Tamil Nadu.
Opposition leaders, including former chief minister and AIADMK coordinator O Panneerselvam, sat in the first row at the swearing-in ceremony and pictures of the Chief Minister participating in the governor’s dinner were happily shared on social media.
During Jayalalitha’s swearing-in ceremony as chief minister in 2016, people did not forget that Stalin, one of the most prominent opposition leaders, was made to sit as one of his party legislators in the back row. Chief Minister Stalin seems to have understood correctly that people expect friendly relations between politicians and unanimous labour for the welfare of the state.
It is a good initiative that he has instructed his party men to maintain a constructive relationship with the opposition.
The files signed by Stalin on the day he took over as chief minister and the names of his elected secretaries to work with him were to be revealed on which path his government would take. Chief Secretary Theayanbu and Chief Minister’s Principal Secretary Udayachandran both made it known to the people that they were vibrant executives.
In the context of the epidemic, which has also brought about a crisis and economic crisis, the Chief Minister signed a scheme to provide rs.4,000 to each family. The announcement of toll free travel for women in local government buses will also be talked about for the time being.
The Chief Minister has been busy with the prevention of Corona with his hand in office. The fact that the authorities are told ‘tell me the truth on all issues’ and ‘not a single life should be allowed to be lost’ are signs of accountability for a good governance. Arrangements for relief before announcing the two-week full lockdown, additional buses for migrant workers to return home, two days for people to plan and work are significantly planned.