Since the bifurcation of the united Andhra Pradesh in June a year ago, Hyderabad has been serving as the joint capital for a long time for both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
“Cyberabad, an IT center, had been the main wellspring of income for Hyderabad and it was produced amid my past tendure as the Chief Minister. In any case with the division of the state, we lost Hyderabad. Presently, we will build up another capital, which would be hundred times better than Hyderabad,” Naidu said while communicating students of an engineering college near Etcherla.
“The present times demand quality education, for which all the colleges will be equipped with wi-fi and incubation centres and skill development centres will be established in all the colleges,” he added.
Then, tending to addressing a public meeting at Narasanna Peta in the district , Naidu declared a few sops to the populace of the area.
He said that 93 percent of money of agriculture advance had been waived with Rs 287 crore in first stage, which profited around 2,46,653 agriculturists. “In the second stage, 31,065 agriculturists will be secured. Despite the fact that the administration is right now in profound money related emergency, it is resolved to satisfy the decision guarantee of credit waiver,” he included.
“Twenty crore rupees have been endorsed for the development of new structures in Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) at Srikakulam and Rs 10 crore for post-graduate courses,” he said.