Andhra Pradesh

₹12,000 cr. for link roads in rural areas: Yanamala

Finance Minister Yanamala Ramakrishnudu at Janmabhoomi programme at Amujuru in East Godavari on Monday.

Finance Minister Yanamala Ramakrishnudu at Janmabhoomi programme at Amujuru in East Godavari on Monday.  

Four laning works of NH 216 going on in full pace, he says

Finance Minister Yanamala Ramakrishnudu has said ₹ 1200 crore was released for taking up link roads in rural areas.

Participating in the Janmabhoomi Grama Sabha at Amjuru village in K.Gangavaram mandal of the district on Monday the Minister said the State government was keen on providing rural infrastructure and welfare schemes were being implemented on a large scale despite financial constraints.

He further said that TDP government would win in 2019 elections because of the development works taken up in the State.

The Minister said woks relating to construction of four-lane road between Machilipatnam and Kathipudi that is NH-216 are going on in full pace and this would help road connectivity to Krishna and Visakhapatnam districts.

He further said sanctioning of Kotipalli – Narasapur railway line would spur development of Koonaseema area for having rail connectivity. He promised to sanction BC residential school in Gangavaram mandal in the next financial year in response to a request made by Ramachandrapuram MLA Thota Trimurthulu.

Mr. Ramakrishnudu said said all hostels in the State would be converted into residential schools to improve the quality of education.

P. Raveendra Babu, Amalapuram MP, said the works of Kotipalli- Narsapur railway works began and these the railway line would be completed soon.Mr. Trimurthulu also requested the Minister to sanction bridge between Kotipalli and Mukteswaram under Sagaramala project to have connectivity with Kakinada port. MLC PVV Chowdary also attended.

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