Successive governments abandon projects begun by previous administrations, but not liquor policy: HC Madras

The previous AIADMK government had wanted to restore a state-level training academy in Yercaud to its most convenient location and location . The previous AIADMK government had rejected the proposal and instead established a multi-speciality hospital in the area .

Although the previous administration's policy was to restore a state-level training academy in Yercaud to its most convenient location and location, successive governments in Tamil Nadu followed it consistently and steadily, the judge noted.Justice Kumar also pointed out that such a prohibition policy choice was certainly injurious and detrimental to the people at large in this state and also to the state's development.The only reason these successive governments have allowed the people to keep following the same prohibition strategy is that it is a significant revenue source for the government.On the contrary, the judge also referred to the then DMK government's construction of a new Assembly and Secretariat building at Omandurar Government Estate in Chennai, which cost over Rs 1,100 crore in 2011.The previous AIADMK government dismissed the proposal and instead established a multi-speciality hospital in the area.