Naidu Asks Mudragada’s Coop for Kapu Welfare

Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chadrababu Naidu today said his government has taken measures for welfare of Kapu community in the state.

He asked Kapu leader Mudragadda Padmanabham to cooperate with the government for welfare of kapu community and not to fall in to the trap of any person. The chief minister asked him not to create any problems for the state which is already facing difficult situation after bifurcation.


Naidu said he has fulfilled promises during last two years and assured that all problems would  be resolved in the  next three years. He further stated that better governance would be provided to people by using latest technology in coming days. Rayalaseema region would be developed as a horticulture hub and Kadapa district would be provided with all facilities. If necessary he will visit the district once in three months to review the welfare schemes.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is striving for development of the country, the chief minister said adding that  in spite of difficulties, they are also striving for development of the state. It was a happy moment to organize maha sankalp meeting in Kadapa.

It was government’s aim to bring investments from foreign countries to make the state as ‘navyandhra’. Besides, the government would work to provide cent per cent uninterrupted power to villages, food security, river interlinking and measures to increase underground water level, the chief minister said.(NSS)