AP committed to Adani, RIL projects: Minister M Goutham Reddy
Says efforts on to allot land faster, issue approvals through single window system
Amaravati: Reports of Adani and Reliance Group moving out of Andhra Pradesh (AP) are totally unfounded and untrue, said the AP Government..
M Goutham Reddy, Minister for Industries & Commerce, Andhra Pradesh, said, "There have been several reports about Adani and Reliance Group moving out of AP, which are totally unfounded and untrue.
Various processes are involved for allotment of land for industries before they move in.
In order to do so, the Government of Andhra Pradesh is committed to bringing transparency and corruption free environment under the leadership of the Chief Minister".
The endeavour is to allot land faster and issue approvals through single window system to ensure best in class ease of doing business, he added.
"For the land allotted to Reliance in Tirupati,15 writ petitions were filed by the farmers due to which the land cannot be utilised for the purpose which is to be given.
So alternate land has been worked out by APIIC. The government is committed to providing land with clear title in the State with due diligence unlike previous years, thereby correcting previous government mistakes.
The government representatives would be meeting the Reliance Group to sort out the remaining land and related issues," he added.
As far as Adani Group is concerned, proposals have been processed by the IT Department keeping in view the importance of the project and necessary action is being taken to process the case.
The Government is in touch with the representatives of Adani Group on a day to day basis and this case is in advanced stage.
Therefore, it is requested not to speculate on these items and carry out speculative activities as government is committed to creating a good investment climate for all investors, said the minister.