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Chief Minister performs Bhoomipuja for Steel factory

Not deterred by opposition criticism

Cuddapah, June 10, 2007

The Chief Minister, Dr.YS Rajasekhara Reddy undeterred by the criticism by opposition that he had unduly favored the Brahmani Industries Limited (BIL) in locating a steel factory in Kadapa performed Bhoomipuja on Sunday. After performing the ceremony, he addressed a large gathering.

He declared that he would allocated another 4000 acres of land for the location of the commercial airport close to the factory. The Opposition had been crying itself hoarse that the State Government had acted in unusual haste in allotting 10,000 acres of land and ensuring water supply to the plant.

Reacting the criticism, he said the land allocated to the BIL has been lying barren for years. As regards allocation of water, he said provision of 10 percent of water from irrigation projects for industrial needs purposes had already figured in the industrial policy promoted by the previous Telugu Desam Government. He said that the first phase of the factory is scheduled to be completed in 2009 with a production capacity of two million tonnes capacity of two million in the second phase by 2011 with 4 million tonnes. He said that the factory would provide direct employment to 10,000 and another 25,000 people would get benefit indirectly.

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