Government would spend between Rs 10,000 to Rs 20,000 for development of each beneficiary and the scheme is intended to cover all women-run indigent families in five years.
Jayalalithaa was sworn in today as the CM of Tamil Nadu for the fifth time at the University of Madras.
Jayalalithaa who was sworn in Tamil Nadu Chief Minister on Saturday for the fifth time has traversed through several ups and downs in her political career spanning four decades.
The 67-year-old AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa was administered oath of office and secrecy by Governor K Rosaiah.
J Jayalalithaa faces a string of challenges in the run-up to next year’s polls as she gets sworn-in today.
J Jayalalithaa is expected to be sworn in tomorrow.
A meeting of AIADMK MLAs would take place at the party headquarters on May 22, 7am, the purpose of which would be to pass a resolution electing her as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.
The CM, however, stressed that the state would await the final opinion of legal experts.
A day after Jayalalithaa was acquitted by the high court in a disproportionate assets case, the Chief Minister and four of his ministers had visited Poes Garden.
Hitting out at DMK, Jayalalithaa alleged the case was filed against her as a result of that party’s “web of conspiracy.”
The meeting which is being attended by top party functionaries is currently on at “Veda Nilayam” bungalow at Poes Garden.
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The Karnataka HC which is on vacation listed the Jayalalithaa case for judgment on Monday morning in a cause list.
The bill calls for two per cent reservation in education, employment and special courts for transgender rights.