Andhra Pradesh will definitely get Special Category Status: CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy
As part of five-day program named under Mana Palana -Mee Suchana, which is set up on the occasion of one-year celebrations for YSRCP government, CM YS Jagan has participated in the event through video conference and addressed to the occasion.
As part of five-day program named under Mana Palana -Mee Suchana, which is set up on the occasion of one-year celebrations for YSRCP government, CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has participated in the event through video conference and addressed to the occasion. The chief minister said that the government is giving priority to a corruption-free regime and said that the state was better off in infrastructure and most of the investors are looking at the state to invest. He reiterated that the infrastructure facilities in the state were very strong and the government was ready to allot land for the industry.
"We will provide land, water, power and skilled workers for the industry," he said while inviting the entrepreneurs to come forward to establish industries. The chief minister recalled that the government released the arrears of incentives to the MSMEs in spite of the financial constraints. He also said that the central government would also depend on States in the coming days.
He said that Andhra Pradesh would definitely get the special category status. It may be delayed but not denied, he said. He also said the there is a stable government in the state with 151 MLAs and 22 MPs in the country and said that they had saved a lot of public money with reverse tendering in Polavaram projects.