Centre sanctioned Rs 2,25,000 cr projects for AP says Prakash Javadekar


TIRUPATI: Union Minister for Human Resource Development Prakash Javadekar on Sunday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given 'VIP status' to Andhra Pradesh. Javadekar was in the sanctuary town to take an interest in neighborhood programs. He likewise interfaced with examination researchers from Sri Venkateswara and Padmavathi colleges.

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He later told media that the leader has given extraordinary consideration and help as well as 'VIP status' to Andhra Pradesh. He said in the last more than two years the focal government endorsed plans and ventures worth Rs 2,25,000 crore to Andhra Pradesh. Alluding to the comments of film performing artist and Janasena leader Pavan Kalyan that the focal government had given a couple of malodorous laddus to Andhra Pradesh as uncommon budgetary help, Javadekar said in truth the Center had displayed the "Tirupati laddu" to the bifurcated state.

 Prior, TDP pioneer and Union Minister YS Choudhary said the money related bundle reported by the Center will convey a larger number of advantages to the state than the unique classification status. He said under the unique classification status the focal government will surrender assets to 90 for every penny of the venture cost. Be that as it may, in the monetary bundle, the Center has consented to hold up under 100 for every penny of the task cost if there should arise an occurrence of a few activities including Polavaram.

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