An eight-year-old girl student in Tamil Nadu had penned a touching letter to Chief Minister MK Stalin in which she expressed her gratitude to him for addressing her petition to enhance the infrastructure at her school. The heartwarming letter has been going viral on social media as the local villagers praise the young girl for her initiative to improve her school.
Eight-year-old Aradhana is studying third grade at a government school in Vinaitheertha Nadarpatti near Thippanampatti in the Tenkasi district. A few weeks back, she wrote a letter to Chief Minister MK Stalin in which she said that her school doesn't have proper classrooms and playground. She requested the Chief Minister to take measures to improve the school's infrastructure.
Recently, MK Stalin came to Tenkasi to take part in the government events and addressing in an event, MK Stalin highlighted Aradhana's letter and announced that her appeal is taken into consideration and that two classrooms will be built initially. The Chief Minister said, "A third grade student named Aradhana from Vinaitheertha Nadarpatti has written a letter to me. In the letter, she appealed to built classrooms in her school."
MK Stalin further said, "When I read her letter, I was very proud and grateful about her belief on me that she directly written to me. I am announcing at this event that her request is accepted and that two classrooms will be built at her school initially at the cost of Rs 35.50 lakh. I wish Aradhana to study in that same school and attain a good position in her future." Days after MK Stalin's announcement, Aradhana has penned a new letter to the Chief Minister.
She thanked MK Stalin and said she will study in the same school and become as he said and he should be the Chief Minister during that time. She wrote, "My gratitude to the Chief Minister for accepting my petition and providing fund and as you asked me to study in the same school, I will study in the same school and will become as you wished and you have to be the Chief Minister during that time." "My mother, my father, villagers, and my friends were happy and I wish to meet you in person and convey my gratitude", she added.