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Settle for GST amendments, resume Jallikattu: Jayalalithaa to Modi

Settle for GST amendments, resume Jallikattu: Jayalalithaa to Modi

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In her first go to to Delhi after profitable the elections in Tamil Nadu, Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Tuesday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi at 7, Race Course Street and submitted a 29-point memorandum itemizing down her calls for for the state.

Among the many listing of calls for, AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa sought everlasting exemption from NEET examination, resumption of the banned Jallikattu and acceptance of the prompt amendments made by her authorities to GST Invoice.

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She demanded the restoration of water degree at Mullaperiyar dam to 152 ft.

Interlinking of rivers, retrieval of Katchatheevu island and inclusion of fishermen within the Scheduled Tribes listing are additionally listed within the memorandum.

Within the memorandum, the state has additionally urged for the early commissioning of Unit 2 of Kudankulam nuclear energy plant.


Jayalalithaa, who arrived within the afternoon, met 50 of her social gathering MPs, the biggest regional group in Parliament, earlier than she drove to Modi’s residence.

Lok Sabha Deputy Speaker Thambidurai, Particular Advisor Sheela Balakrishnan and Chief Secretary Rama Mohan Rao accompanied her.

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Srilankan Tamils subject, lifting of the ban on the conduct of Jallikattu and declaring Tamil as an official language had been additionally among the many calls for made by the chief minister.

She wished a choice to permit use of Tamil because the language of Madras Excessive Courtroom.

Union Minister Nirmala Sitaraman and Pon Radhakrishnan additionally known as on the Jayalalithaa in Tamil Nadu home within the night.

Hypothesis has been rife within the capital that PM Modi would ask Jayalalithaa to hitch the BJP alliance on the Centre. Nonetheless, AIADMK insiders say that the social gathering has little to achieve from an alliance with the BJP in Tamil Nadu.

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