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Union Jal Shakti Ministry seeks response from AP government on PM Modi's letter

When contacted, Adityanath Das, Special Chief Secretary, Water Resources Department, told TNIE that he had not received any letter from the PMO.

Published: 10th September 2019 11:46 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th September 2019 11:46 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

VIJAYAWADA: The Union Jal Shakti Ministry has reportedly shot off a letter to the State government seeking a proper reply for an earlier letter from the Prime Minister’s Office two weeks ago for a detailed report on the Polavaram project.

Following the State government’s decision to cancel the existing contract of the project and go for reverse-tendering, the Polavaram Project Authority (PPA) submitted a detailed report on the national project to the PMO and the PMO in return sought a report from the State government.

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When contacted, Adityanath Das, Special Chief Secretary, Water Resources Department, told TNIE that he had not received any letter from the PMO. He only received a letter from the Jal Shakti Ministry some time back, to which he will be replying in a day or two. He clarified that no fresh letter was received in this regard.

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