“We are working diligently towards a Vision that ensures a stabilised holistic growth to become number 1 in the world. In a phased manner, we will achieve 15% growth and compete with other States. We are number 1 in Ease of Doing Business and in the 3 Partnership Summits, we have signed innumerable MoUs. 18 departments are currently attracting investments under PPP models,” he added.
The CM spoke about various initiatives taken up to improve irrigation, and the fact that Srisailam will soon be supplied with water too. He said that once the results of the Polavaram Irrigation Project and the Krishna-Godavari linking project start showing, many regions up to Pennar will also have water. He said that the government is working towards making every village connected by roads to improve logistics and connectivity.
He also added that the State has all basic infrastructural facilities to nurture business opportunities, including a power surplus. “Through industrial corridors, many of which are still in the planning stage, our State’s central location will be capitalised on, and industrial activity will soar up exponentially. We are standardising and digitising most procedures and regulations, also keeping in mind the impact on the environment,” said the Chief Minister.
“With a lot of hard work from our department, Kia Motors, Apollo Tyres and various huge investments have come to Andhra Pradesh. Each investment is a success story on its own. Telugu people have been dynamic and successful all over the world. We are professionals today, let us aim to become the best entrepreneurs too,” he added.