Amaravati to get a shape in 6 months: N Chandrababu Naidu

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Published Dec 29, 2017, 7:14 am IST
Updated Dec 29, 2017, 7:14 am IST
N. Chandrababu Naidu stated Amaravati would get a definitive shape in the next six months.
Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu stated Amaravati would get a definitive shape in the next six months with several constructions being carried out concurrently now.
 Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu stated Amaravati would get a definitive shape in the next six months with several constructions being carried out concurrently now.

GUNTUR: Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu stated Amaravati would get a definitive shape in the next six months with several constructions being carried out concurrently now. He laid the foundation stone for AP Forensic Science Laboratory (APFSL) at Thullur of Amaravati on Thursday. The CM said that APFSL would be constructed with Rs 400 crores of funds in 5 acres of land at Thullur. The CM also stated that the government would not allow anti-social activity and bad elements in AP and added that the government had restrained crimes by using the latest technology.

Mr Naidu also said that law and order and peace in society were the three most important aspects of a healthy country or state that led to its progress and development. Hence the State government was working to turn AP into a role model in law and order preservation. He said that AP Government is on top using latest technology. The CM added that Fiber Grid was the best example under which AP government was offering phone, internet connection and TV connection through fiber optic cables.  Mr Naidu said that everyone should enhance their knowledge and know the latest technologies and added everyone should make good use of the Fiber Grid scheme for an improved quality of life but also said that technology should not be used to kill time with no production.

 

The CM claimed that AP was the only State in India which did not announce any increase of electricity tariffs in the future and stated that the government was continuously working to provide "wind" and "solar" power to the public of AP in the future. On the law and order situation in the state, Mr. Naidu lamented that some persons were committing crimes and hoping to avoid punishments with the help of loopholes in the law. He added that this was just not acceptable and asked the police department to work towards providing stern punishments to the culprits with the help of technology.

Talking of ongoing roads and other constructions in Amaravati, the CM said that Amaravati would shape up in the next six months and development process would be speeded up even further. AP DGP  N. Sambasiva Rao said that AP FSL would get the best lab recognition amongst other countries in the future with its usage of the most modern technology.  Minister for municipal administration P. Narayana, Principal Secretary Home Affairs, Anuradha, Guntur ZP chairperson, SK Johny Moon, district collector K. Sasidhar were present.

Location: India, Andhra Pradesh




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