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Kadapa gets investment boost

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CM inaugurates slew of projects on home turf

The Chief Minister Mr. YS Jagan Mohan Reddy inaugurated the unit of AIL Dixon Technologies in the Electronic Manufacturing Cluster (EMC) at the Kopparti Mega Industrial Park in Kadapa district. 

He personally inspected the manufacturing sections of surveillance cameras, digital recorders, and laptops, while the company officials provided explanations about the functioning of various units on the premises of Dixon Technologies. 

Meanwhile, senior officials signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs) with Channel Play, a home audio systems manufacturing company, and Tekno Dome India, an LED TV manufacturing company for setting up their units in the presence of the Chief Minister.

Earlier, the Chief Minister inaugurated several projects and laid foundation stones for several others in YSR District. 

He inaugurated the Rajiv Marg, which was developed with an expenditure of Rs 5.61 crore in Kadapa, and also laid the foundation stone for the new administrative building of the Kadapa Municipal Corporation.

He launched the developmental works of Rajiv Park and laid the foundation stones for the Major Smart Water Drainage System, drinking water supply system to weaker section colonies, and Kadapa Sewerage and Septage Management. Municipal Administration Minister Mr. A. Suresh, Chief Secretary Dr. KS Jawahar Reddy, and several officials attended.


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