Disputing with Botcha’s statement, the BJP said that while it may be only 15 per cent in the first year, it will significantly go up in the subsequent years.
The minister said that the state government has laid special focus on availability of beds, oxygen and medicines and taking measures to ensure 50,000 beds available across the state.
Directs officials to complete project works in urban areas by year-end
Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister Botcha Satyanarayana has said the executive capital is likely to be relocated to Visakhapatnam very soon.
Earlier, the officials explained the ministers about the arrangements being made for the activities to be taken up by the Swachh Andhra Corporation to be launched by the chief minister in July.
Comparing the tax system in Andhra Pradesh with that of Karnataka, Botcha said if the property tax of a building in AP is Rs 1,000, the same building attracts Rs 5,000 tax in Karnataka.
The minister added that the government was committed for the development of Amaravati area which comprises 29 villages.
Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister Botcha Satyanarayana on Wednesday said the TDP’s fall began with 2019 elections, and the party will be decimated in the panchayat polls.
Noting that the plant has no captive mines, the minister said it will come out of the red if one is allocated to it.
Home Minister Mekathoti Sucharita, MP Mopidevi Venkata Ramana and others were also present in the meeting.
Along with the MA&UD Minister, Gurazala MLA Kasu Mahesh Reddy is also scheduled to participate in the programme.
Vellampalli Srinivasa Rao said Rs 70 crore has been sanctioned by the government for Durga temple development and the remaining will be spent by the temple from its general funds.
“The miscreants vandalised the idol, but they didn’t touch anything else in the temple. It indicates that the vandalism was an attempt to instigate religious sentiments.
In a review meeting with the officials on Tuesday, the minister noted that a total of 30.75 lakh beneficiaries would be given free house sites by the government.
When we requested for polls as it was necessary, the SEC unilaterally postponed it when there were no COVID-19 cases.