Naidu Directs CS To Provide Quality Power To Industries
Amaravati: Emphasising the need to provide quality and reliable power supply to industries at global standards, Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Wednesday directed Chief Secretary Dinesh Kumar to prepare a time-bound action plan and study the global power supply pattern of supplying power without interruption like in advanced nations like Canada, America, Japan, Germany, Singapore and China and extend the same in the state. Alternate feeder supply mechanism to every industry should be included in the proposed plan.
During a brief teleconference on “Impact of 24X7 power supply in industrial growth including in Amaravati”, the CM asked the officials to maintain the tempo of industrial promotion for achieving rapid employment generation and socio-economic development. The entire administrative machinery should gear up to continue sustained efforts to provide world class infrastructure facilities to industries, he added.
“We must not leave any stone unturned to realise MoUs entered during CII partnership summits. Chalk out perfect plan to lay strong base for creating industrial hubs for next 33 years. My ultimate vision and goal is to make AP as the best leading global investment destination by 2050,” he added.
Several national and multi-national companies are competing to invest in AP and particularly in the state capital city Amaravati, which itself has set a new world record by attracting over Rs 1,37,832 crore investments till date exclusively for capital city in initial stage itself,” the CM said and asked the CS to work out special strategy to promote small scale industries even at mandal level to create rural employment.
The CS proposed a five-pronged strategy for realisation of the action-oriented vision of the CM to make Sunrise Andhra Pradesh as happy, inclusive and globally competitive society.