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CM to ink pact on steel industry at Nemakallu

Published: 04th May 2013 01:18 PM  |   Last Updated: 04th May 2013 01:18 PM   |  A+A-

Chief minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy will lay the foundations for several development projects worth Rs 212 crore during his Indiramma Bata in this district between May 6 and 8, primary education minister S Sailajanath has said.

Speaking to the media here on Friday, Sailajanath said that the chief minister is likely to ink a pact with a company to set up an iron plant in the district. Giving details of the Indiramma Bata programme, the minister said Kiran Reddy will visit nine Assembly constituencies including Hindupur, Penukonda, Puttaparthi, Kadiri, Dharmavaram, Raptadu, Singanamala and Gooty during the three-day programme.

The chief minister, who will land at a helipad on the SDGS College grounds in Hindupur on May 6, is likely to sign an MoU with a private company to set up a steel industry in Nemakallu. He will have interaction sessions with the beneficiaries of the Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu, SC/ST sub-plan, weavers, farmers, minorities and others.

 On the concluding day, the chief minister will review several development schemes with the district officials before leaving for Hyderabad, the minister explained. District in-charge collector S Satyanarayana, DWMA project director P Delli Rao were present.



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