05/27/15 11:39 AM

What has Modi’s Government done to AP till date!

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No other state in the country was deceived like AP eversince India got independence in 1947. Major political parties BJP and congress have ripped the state for political benefits. The interest and anxiety displayed by BJP in parliament in approving the state division act is not at all seen in keeping promises it made during elections for the people of Seemandhra. Modi’s government has disappointed people of AP in matters like special status, Polavaram budget, rescue of hudhud victims, special railway zone and others. Let us recollect what Modi’s government has done to AP during last one year.

List of proposals in Andhra Pradesh after formation of new government (These are noted as projects that were either allocated resources or approved  by Modi’s government or earlier UPA-2)


Announced Educational Institutions:

  • Indian Cullinary Institute (ICI), Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Indian Institute of Science Education and Research(IISER) – all three institutes in Tirupati
  • Indian Institute of Management(IIM) – Visakhapatnam
  • Indian Institute of Information and Technology, National Institute of Technology, Central University and Tribal University
  • All India Institute of Medical Sciences(AIIMS)


Industrial Development Schemes:

  • Chennai-Bengaluru Industrial Corridor (CBIC)
  • Visakhapatnam-Chennai Industrial Corridor (VCIC)
  • 100 cr for AYUSH Industrial clusters at Anantapur
  • Training-cum-Incubation centre in PPP mode
  • Industrial township at Krishnapatnam
  • 50 cr for MMega Food Park ar Chittoor
  • Petroleum, Chemicals and Petro-chemicals Investment Regions (PCPIRs)
  • Fresh water prawn (Scampi) brood bank at College of Fisheries, Nellore
  • National Investment and Manufacturing Zones (NIMZs) in Chittoor & Prakasam districts
  • Rs.211.02 cr multi-model logistic hub (MMLH) at Visakhapatnam
  • Port at Dugarajapatnam in Nellore district
  • 15% depreciation on new plant and machinery in the first year of installation to the manufacturing industries set up in the backward region
  • Investment allowance of 15% to industries set up in the backward regions, for investments made in new plant and machinery


Field of Medicine:

  • Multi-disciplinary research units at Siddhartha Medical College, Vijayawada, SV Medical College, Tirupathi
  • 121 crores towards Central Assistance for Urban Health Projects


Urban Development Schemes:

  • Visakhapatnam as Smart City


Tourism Development:

  • 700 cr for Tourism Department towards ‘Coastal Circuit: Kakinada – Hope Island – Konaseema as World Coastal & Eco Tourism Circuit’
  • 50 cr for development of tourism in Nellore over next 5 years


Electricity Department:

  • 2 solar parks of 1500MW & 1000MW
  •  Kovvada nuclear power plant
  • 66.5 cr to cover Vijayawada under solar cities
  • Ultra-mega power projects of about 4000MW at Krishnapatnam


Financial Support:

  • 1616.78 cr at first installment developed as per recommendation of 14th Finance Commission
  • *2303 cr to bridge resource gap for financial year 2014-15
  • *1500 cr as Budgetary support to new capital of Andhra Pradesh
  • *385 cr to AP as part of 13th Finance Commission reccomendations
  • Financial assistance of 250 cr to Andhra Pradesh for setting up  SPV for Polavaram Irrigation Project
  • 515.4 2 cr to Andhra Pradesh for immediate relief operations towards Hudhud cyclone relief
  • Visakhapatnam, Vizianagaram districts for Left Wing Extremism Affected districts
  • Crores to backward regions of northern Andhra and Rayalaseema


Highways & Railway Corridor:

  • *Construction of high speed dedicated freight corridors on railways
  • North-south corridor (Delhi-Chennai), East Coast Corridor (Kharagpur – Vijayawada), Southern Corridor (Chennai – Goa)
  • Integrated National Westernways Transport Grid (INWTG)


On seeing the above listed projects, it can be said that Modi’s government is trying to accomplish all tasks other than special status and Polavaram project. Projects have been announced but details like when each of them would be started, what funds will be allocated for them, when will they be finished are discussed nowhere. Only if all these projects are fulfilled, special status and Polavaram projects are also looked into and solved, the injustice done to Andhra Pradesh can be rectified to certain extent. It is the duty of MPs of Andhra Pradesh to pressurize central government to fulfil these vows.



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