Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam, his Cabinet colleagues including K A Sengottaiyan and P Thangamani gave Amit Shah a warm send off at the airport here.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday left for Delhi after launching various infrastructure projects worth over ₹ 67,000 crore during his one day visit to the metropolis.
Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam, his Cabinet colleagues including K A Sengottaiyan and P Thangamani gave him a warm send off at the airport here.
Mr Shah, who arrived here on Saturday afternoon laid the foundation stone for projects including the ₹ 61,843 crore phase II of Chennai Metro Rail, elevated highway in Coimbatore at an estimated ₹ 1,620 crore, a barrage across river Cauvery in Karur district and IOCL’s projects worth over ₹ 3,000 crore. Later, the senior BJP leader also addressed his party office-bearers here at a hotel.
Elaborate security arrangements were made by police for the visit of Mr Shah, who is under Z-plus security cover.