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Chief Minister breakfast scheme launched in Tamil Nadu Planning is not a freebie, but it is the duty of the state to feed its children: CM Stalin

Chief Minister Stalin launched the novel ‘Mukhyamantri Breakfast Scheme’ in Madurai

Chief Minister Stalin launched the novel ‘Mukhyamantri Breakfast Scheme’ in Madurai

Chief Minister Breakfast Scheme The free gift started for the students of class one to five in government schools is not, in fact it is the most important duty and responsibility of the state government to feed their children. Chief Minister MK Stalin said here on Thursday that such schemes are the face of the government.

He was speaking at the release of the novel ‘Mukhyamantri Breakfast Scheme’ at Nigam Primary School Athimoolam II in Madurai.

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“Recently while interacting with students at an event in Chennai, I asked some students why they appeared tired and if they had eaten. He said he usually doesn’t eat in the morning, which struck a chord. This was confirmed by many officials and teachers. That spark gave birth to the free breakfast plan. Through this scheme, every student will enter the classes after filling their stomach,” he said.

School children broke their fast by serving vegetables sitting with the Chief Minister Rava Khichdi, rava kesari And sambar Menu for Thursday.

history of planning

The important breakfast scheme comes after 102 years, when the then President of the Corporation (mayor) of Justice Party P. Thiagaraya Chetty approved a proposal to provide tiffins to students of a corporation school in Thousand Lights, Chennai. Mr Stalin tracing the history of providing food to government school students.

In this scheme, over time, former Chief Minister K. It was reformed by Kamaraj, who introduced mid-day meals for government primary schools, followed by former chief ministers MG Ramachandran, M. Karunanidhi and Jayalalithaa, who expanded the program to anganwadis. He offered boiled eggs and included a variety of food. Under this programme, a book titled ‘Nutrandu Kanda Kalvi Puratchi’ on the scheme was also released.

Apart from this, he said that ₹12.75 is spent on a child per day under the scheme. “In my view, the money spent on schemes benefiting the education and health sectors is beyond the critical lens,” he said.

Mr Stalin urged the authorities to take utmost care of the children and treat them as their own, while he asked the students to focus on their academics and reach high positions in life. He said, “Education is the only asset that no one can take away from you, so students should study well without any worries because I am here to support you.” The scheme will be launched in 1,545 schools across the state from September 16, benefiting over one lakh students, an official release said.

Chief Minister honored M. Kamalathal, which is ₹1. I sell idli in At his shop in Vadivelampalayam near Coimbatore for his selfless service.

School Education Minister Ambil Mahesh Poyyamozhi, Social Welfare and Women’s Empowerment Minister P. Geeta Jeevan, Public Works Minister EV Velu, Rural Development Minister R. Periyakaruppan, Commercial Taxes and Registration Minister P. Murthy, Finance Minister PTR Palanivel Thiagarajan, MP Su. Venkatesan, Collector S. Anish Shekhar, Mayor P. Indrani Pon Vasant, Corporation Commissioner Simranjit Singh Kahlon and others were present.

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