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November 4, 2001

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CM visits Nellore and Cuddapah flood effected areas

Chief Minister Sri Chandrababu Naidu visited many flood effected areas of Nellore and Cuddapah including Venkatagiri constituency, Alapaleru dam and Teluguganga canal today. Women who met him said that they have not received any help from the Government. CM monitored the post-flood help that the Government will be extended necessary help. He also promised that sufficient funds will be allocated for the construction and repair works of roads, lakes etc.

Naxals of the Janashakti group said that they have released Mr. Marthandarao with relatives of Mr. Marthandarao agree to distribute lands to the needy. Mr. Marthanda Rao who was released from the captivity of Naxals said that they have treated him with respect and that they are strong in their principles.

CCMB said that they will be setting up a special group for research on Anthrax. Director of CCMB said that Chief Minister has approved for this proposal.

Visakhapatnam Steel Plant posted a 23% growth with a sales turnover of Rs. 2104 Crores during the period April - October 2001

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