Special Correspondent

KURNOOL: Nandyal MP S.P.Y. Reddy proposed mineral water plants covering all 250 villages of his constituency. The residents would have access to mineral water plants.

Talking to the reporters here on Sunday, Mr. Reddy said the project would cost Rs.13.75 crore. He has been planning to mobilise Rs.11.25 crore from his MPLADs and contribute the remaining from his personal funds.

Each plant with a capacity of 2,000 liters per day would cost somewhere Rs.5.5 lakh. An amount of Rs.1.5 lakh was needed for creating related infrastructure, which would be contributed by the MP himself. He said the villages having fluoride problem would be given priority in selecting for the mineral water plants.