Bus terminus planned near Kamakshi Amman Temple at Mangadu in Chennai | Chennai News – Times of India

CHENNAI: A bus terminus has been planned near Kamakshi Amman Temple at Mangadu on the western suburbs of Chennai. A piece of land measuring eight acres has been identified for the purpose.
Hindu religious and charitable endowments (HR&CE) minister P K Sekar Babu and minister for rural industries T M Anbarasan inspected the land on Monday, a press release here said.
Sekar Babu said that the eight acres of land belongs to Arulmigu Kamakshi Amman Temple and Sri Vaigunda Perumal Temple at Mangadu. Steps would be taken to clear sewage stagnating over the piece of land to facilitate the construction of the bus terminus, he added.
Speaking to reporters, the minister said that a demand regarding a bus terminus had been raised during assembly session. Action would be initiated to setting up the facility for the benefit of the residents, he added.
Sriperumbudur MLA K Selvaperunthagai and HR&CE commissioner J Kumaragurubaran were also present.


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