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21 May 2022, 11:29 am
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Chief Minister M K Stalin inaugurated the 124th edition of the Flower Show, being held as part of the annual summer festival at the Government Botanical Garden in the Queen of Hill Stations, a popular destination that attracts a large number of both domestic and international tourists.

The five-day flower show was being held after a two year gap, when it could not be held due to the COVID pandemic.

A large number of people, including tourists, who visited the flower show shook hands with the Chief Minister, who walked through the Botanical Garden, and also took selfies.

Apart from visiting several stalls, Stalin also interacted with the people and witnessed cultural events organised in the Garden.

What attracted the visitors most was the high massive façade of the Tamil Nadu Agricultural University’s (TNAU) main building, which was made of more than one lakh carnation flowers.