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CM Chandrababu Naidu To Lay Foundation Stone For Kadapa Steel Factory Today

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CM Chandrababu Naidu To Lay Foundation Stone For Kadapa Steel Factory Today

admin1 December 27, 2018
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Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu will lay the foundation stone for the construction of a steel plant in Kambaladinne in Kadapa district (December 27). Pillan will be unveiled at Kambaladini in this regard. The government has been receiving Rs 20,000 crore investment in a 3,000 acres area. Despite the mention of Kadapa steel in dividing act guarantees, the construction of the plant with the federal government’s tiredness is not proceeding. The state officials and the public representatives have repeatedly complained at the center but the result is no. The state government is getting ready for the construction of the plant. The plant will be able to produce 3 million tonnes of production annually. The plant was named ‘Rayalaseema Steel Corporation’.

According to schedule, Chandrababu will arrive at Gannavaram airport at 9.45 am on Thursday morning at 9.50 am and leave for Kadapa at a special flight. Come to Kadapa airport at 10.30 am The helipader will be arriving at Helipad at 10.55 am at the Mailavaram Mandalam at Kambaladinne. will depart from Helipad at 10.55 pm and arrive at 11 pm on the road. Chandrababu is present at 11 am to 1 pm in the afternoon. The three-hour event will lay the foundation stone for the steel industry and will pinlan unveil and speak in open public. Then Amaravati will go out.

M.P Ramesh said the steel factory is being set up in Kadapa district as a result of the struggles of various leaders and tribes. Commented that the public struggle was proud of the outcome. Even though the Center has not fulfilled its commitments, the Opposition is not doing enough to prevent the development of the steel industry, The steel industry will soon go to Thirumala soon after the collapse of the steel industry, he said. He has recollected the fact that the steel industry has not stolen the steel industry.

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