Tiruppur Municipal Corporation
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Tiruppur Municipal Corporation (TMC) is a civic body that governs Tiruppur, Tamil Nadu, India. The corporation consists of 60 wards each represented by a councilor. The Mayor elected by the council is the leader of the civic body.
Tiruppur was formed as a small union and on 1 December 1947, it became a town with the inclusion of Mannarai, Thennamapalayam, Karuvampalayam, and Valipalayam villages.On 26 October 2008 it became a Municipal Corporation.
Mannarai is a 32th ward TMC
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