Reaffirming his sense of duty regarding reconstruct the State without any preparation, Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu managed the vow of ‘Nava Nirmana Deeksha’ to the general population at Benz Circle on Friday, denoting the third commemoration of the division of State.
Talking on the event, he reviewed the bad form done to the State because of the informal bifurcation and the put-down loaded on the general population.
Focusing on that it’s a great opportunity to rededicate oneself to the reproduction of the State, he stated, “We ought not be anguish stricken but rather defeat the surrender all expectations regarding losing Hyderabad.
We ought to resemble the Japanese, who however crushed by war and their two extraordinary urban communities shelled, demonstrated flexibility and skiped back to make Japan one of the created nations.”
Despite the CM’s allure, very few turned up for the program because of the burning warmth. As there was no shade, none challenged sit on the seats. In any case, Naidu went ahead with his address. Mincing no words, he attacked the Congress, considering it in charge of the present predicament of the State. Individuals showed it a lesson, he stated, and felt it was far fetched if the gathering will ever get open order again.
Amaravati metro rail proj may not take off
Vijayawada: With the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) dropping tenders for the two proposed halls of metro rail in the city, the State Government has been left in an issue over authorizing of assets for the venture. In any case, the postponement in procuring land for executing the hallway between Pandit Nehru Bus Station (PNBS) and Nidamanuru is by all accounts the real barriers for the rail extend.
As indicated by sources, Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has reacted to a letter composed by AMRC overseeing executive NP Ramakrishna Reddy in the Cabinet meeting hung on June 1. In the letter, the Amaravati Metro Rail Corporation boss had looked for an expansion in the offer of the State Government in execution of the metro rail extend in the city.
Boss Minister N Chandrababu Naidu coordinated the authorities worried to direct a plausibility test at the end of the day in the city on the development of metro rail passageways on Eluru street and Mahatma Gandhi street.