Better facilities assured at Sri City
District Collector PS Pradyumna has said that the Chittoor district will emerge as an industrial hub. He held a meeting with the managements of the industrial units in Sri City on Saturday.
Tirupati: District Collector PS Pradyumna has said that the Chittoor district will emerge as an industrial hub. He held a meeting with the managements of the industrial units in Sri City on Saturday. Sri City founder and Managing Director Ravindra Sannareddy, senior executives of all the companies attended the interactive session.
- Collector participates in a meeting with senior executives of industrial units
- Promises to improve water availability and road connectivity
- Says Chittoor district will emerge as an industrial hub
The representatives of the units brought to the notice of Collector a few issues related to improving road connectivity to Tirupati, ESI facility, enhancing water availability and social infrastructure, etc.
The Collector said the state government is keen to develop Sri City-Srikalahasti zones, besides other areas in the district. Citing that Sri City is an anchor point in the Visakhapatnam-Chennai industrial corridor, he said that the government took up the task of improving the road connectivity from Tirupati, and thus four-lane road between Srikalahasti-Tada and six-lane road between Tirupati-Naidupet will be laid for drastically cutting down travel time.
The Collector offered government support in desilting the existing ponds for enhancing water storage capacity. For constructing an additional substation of 220 KV, he promised to allot 10 acres government land near Cherivi.
Pradyumna said 5 acres will be allotted in the close vicinity for building an ESI hospital. The Satyavedu polytechnic will be upgraded soon and the bridge schools will be sanctioned, he assured.
Ravindra Sannareddy mentioned that an ecosystem should be developed for setting up institutions from primary to university level for balancing in the educational infrastructure in the region. Senior managers of Kobelco, Isuzu, PepsiCo, Kellogg’s, Be Rollex, Vital, KGI clothing, NHK, Kikikuwa and Alstom and others have participated.