Speaking to reporters after inspecting the ongoing works of the Japanese aided project and water treatment plant and construction of two ground level reservoirs of 120 lakh litre capacity each in Madam village,Stalin said as per instructions from Chief Minister M Karunanidhi, the works on these projects were were being included under 'special care'.
He said works on the projects were scheduled to be completed in five phases in two segments.
The first segment comprised of 1,2,3 and 4 phases which were started on February 22 this year and scheduled to be completed within 30 months.
The water treatment works were started on April 14, he said.
The works for the second phase was inaugurated today for the construction of six lakh litre water capacity ground level reservoir (GLR) in Dharmapuri town and 14 lakh litre water capacity GLR work in Savulur village in Nallampalli union.
He said all the works were being undertaken within the Tamil Nadu border and there was no violation of crossing borders to Karnataka.
Earlier, Stalin launched the newly constructed Rs 4.90 crore Pennagaram Town Panchayat Drinking Water Development Scheme.