Ambitious drinking water project for Chittoor launched

Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy had a busy time in Piler and Kalikiri mandals of his constituency on Monday, unveiling scores of plaques to lay the foundation stone for new projects and inaugurating new facilities, worth about Rs.700 crore.

In Kalikiri, Mr. Kiran Kumar Reddy laid foundation stones for the 400KV sub-station worth Rs. 220 crore, JNTU building (Rs. 360 crore), 100-bed hospital (Rs.21.4 crore), APTDC Haritha resort and Pasu Vignana Kendram (Rs.7 crore each), National Academy of Construction (Rs.6.6 crore), an integrated farming system complex (Rs.2.5 crore), agricultural polytechnic (Rs. 2.8 crore) and Krishi Vignan Kendra (Rs. 2.7 crore). He also inaugurated the agricultural market yard building and later interacted with the farmers. In Piler, he inaugurated a 100-bedded hospital worth Rs.21.3 crore, infrastructure facilities at Indiramma Colony (Rs.15 crore), APSWC shopping complex (Rs.1.6 crore) and 33/11 KV sub-stations at Ponthalacheruvu and Regallu (Rs.1.4 crore each). Mr. Kiran Kumar Reddy also announced the launch of the Rs.7,390-crore ambitious drinking water project for Chittoor.