IT, Panchayat Raj and Rural development Minister of AP Nara Lokesh says that rural development is the key for the overall development of the country.
Nara Lokesh, who is the IT, Panchayat Raj and Rural development Minister of Andhra Pradesh observed that the rural development is the key to the overall development of the country and that is the reason he had chosen the Ministry of Rural development.
Addressing the gathering in the Peddapuram Assembly Constituency in East Godavari at the Medapadu village he said that in the next two years all the villages in the state will be provided with the CC roads along with the basic facilities.
He praised the unity among the Medapadu villagers who has won the national level award of ‘Panchayat Raj Swashaktikaran’ for the overall development of the village. He also added that unless people stand solidarity among them doesn’t get such rewards like ‘Panchayat Raj Swashaktikaran’ and it was not easy to achieve.
The minister reaffirmed that in the next two years he will provide one lakh jobs to the youth in the IT sector and also revised the development done by the TDP government in the IT sector and assured that the administration will develop the same IT sector in Andhra Pradesh.
He assured that he will provide five lakh jobs in the industrial sector in the next three years and said that the development is in the front where they signed for the car project in the Chittoor District. He also took credit for the round clock power supply into the state and the cash incentive to more than 10 lakh SHG groups in the state in the form of a capacity building.
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Along with Nara Lokesh, the chairman of the AP legislative Council Subrahmanyam, district collector H Arun Kumar and others attended. Kakinada MP, Thota Venkata Narasimham, and Deputy CM N Chinarajappa also spoked in the gathering.