Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on Friday left for Davos to participate in the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual summit to be held from May 22 to 26.
Naidu recalled how national and international companies competed to invest in AP during the TDP regime. Now, everybody was reluctant to give loans to AP because it was no longer safe.
The objective of the initiative is to extend veterinary services to cattle in rural areas, which are mainstay of agriculture.
Delegation headed by CM to highlight investment opportunities in AP to achieve Fourth Industrial Revolution.
They lauded the implementation of Nadu-Nedu, introduction of English as a medium of instruction and other initiatives that the CM has put in place to improve standards of education.
The YSRC, once again, has stuck with its policy of empowering the Backward Classes by choosing two BC leaders to represent the party in the RS.
Jagan performed the first cement pouring ceremony for the IRESP, which is being established by the Greenko Group in Kurnool, on Tuesday.
Ambati said people are ready to reject Naidu again as they are fed up with his lies and betrayals.
Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy will credit Rs 5,500 into the bank accounts of farmers at a function to be held at Ganapavaram in Eluru district.
At a public meeting organised at Muramalla village in Konaseema district, he directly credited the amount into the bank accounts of 1,08,755 fishermen families.
The decision has been made so as to prevent or minimise the losses due to cyclones and other natural calamities, that frequent the State during the October-November months.
Naidu asked where was the safety for the common citizens in Andhra Pradesh when the CBI investigation officers received serious threats.
Jagan was informed that 175 ambulances for the mobile veterinary service scheme are ready and another 165 ambulances are being readied for the second phase.
Guntur Municipal Commissioner Keerthi Chekuri said that it is the first-of-its-kind initiative in the State, where waste-to-energy plant has been set up as part of solid waste management.
He directed the officials to distribute Rs 1,000 per head or Rs 2,000 per family when they leave the relief camps so that they could repair their damaged houses.