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Measures for the AP state development announced

Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu has announced several development measures for the betterment of the state today at the Collectors Conference in Amravati.

Addressing at the conference CM said, "I concentrated on wealth creation. I equally focused on welfare and development.

There should be no negligence in welfare programs, public satisfaction is important. We took measures that people can resolve their problems from their place only, by using technology". 

Many schemes of the state government have been announced and collectors were asked to take up the schemes to the public for better governance. 

CM announced pension for 47 lakh persons, 5 lakhs under Chandranna Bima, 25000 as wedding assistance for 1.20 lakh women. 

To eradicate malnutrition, he said "Anna Canteens" will start from June 2. An unemployment allowance would also be introduced in June, he added.

The government currently provides 75 units of free power to backward classes. He also promised that by October 2 all rural street lights would be fitted with LED lights. He also announced that this year people of the state would receive one crore fiber grid connections.

"We want to make AP one of the top three states in terms of per capita income in India by 2022," Naidu said. Talking about the education sector, he announced plans to set up 6000 virtual classrooms this year.

The measures though have taken in the last year hope that they would be implemented effectively. 

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