AP Legislative Committee on Public Undertakings holds review meeting with senior officials
AP Legislative Committee on Public Undertakings issued instructions to the concerned authorities to try to put on stream by the end of this year the 1,600 MW power project coming up in the Nellore district.
Clear road blocks
Indicating this at a media conference here on Tuesday, the chairman of the AP Legislative Committee on Public Undertakings Adala Prabhakar Reddy, who earlier had a review meeting with senior officials of certain departments, said that in case there were any road blocks in the project becoming operational as expected by the end of the year, the committee would take up the matter with the Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy to get them removed.
Important among the departments with whose senior officials the committee chairman and the members had the review meeting were APGenco, Civil Supplies Department, TTD, APSRTC and Tourism Development Corporation.
Mr. Prabhakar Reddy said that the committee was keen on ensuring quality, hygiene and sales at reasonable prices in the eateries being run in the APSRTC bus stations in the State and added that the members, during their tour programmes, would try to visit these canteens .
Focus on bus station
More focus should be laid on this aspect in the central bus station of the APSRTC at Tirupati which attracted a huge crowd daily from all over the State and from the neighbouring states as well.
Among those who took part in the panel’s review meeting here were its members B. Venkat Rao, Nannapaneni Rajakumari, K. Hareeswara Reddy, TTD Board chairman K. Bapi Raju, Chittoor district Collector Soloman Arokiyaraj, Joint Collector Vinay Chand, Jt. EO, TTD, K.S. Srinivasa Raju.