Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Names Road After Freedom Fighter Tirupur Kumaran

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Names Road After Freedom Fighter Tirupur Kumaran: As an accolade for youthful political dissident ‘Kodi Katha’ Kumaran on his introduction to the world commemoration, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin on Monday named a blood vessel street inverse to the Erode Collectorate after Kumaran.

Kumaran (October 4, 1904 – January 11, 1932), famously known as ‘Tiruppur’ Kumaran, capitulated to wounds from the blows came down on him during a dissent against the British government on January 11, 1932 on the banks of Noyyal stream in the area. He held the Indian banner up disregarding the blows he got. Because of his incomparable penance, he procured the sobriquet ‘Kodi Katha’ Kumaran for not allowing the banner to tumble down.

Corresponding with his introduction to the world commemoration today, the Chief Minister offered impact to an administration request passed on October 3 by naming the Erode Sampath Nagar Main Road as “Thiyagi Kumaran Road, Sampath Nagar.” At the virtual gathering, the Chief Minister divulged a name-board to stamp the event.

State Housing and Urban Development Minister S Muthusamy, Chief Secretary V Irai Anbu and Erode Collector H Krishnanunni were among those present.

Kumaran was brought into the world in Chennimalai, Erode region, to Nachimuthu-Karuppai couple. The Erode city gathering as of late passed a goal looking for the State government’s consent, through the region authority, to rename the Sampath Nagar Road after ‘Tirupur’ Kumaran. From there on, following a solicitation from the Collector, the government provided a request on October 3.

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