On Friday, the Andhra Pradesh state Cabinet has ratified an agreement with IndiGo Airlines to wield flights from Kadapa and Kurnool airports. The minister of Information and Public Relations, Perni Venkataramaiah announced that the airline will handle 4 services per a week from March 27.
IndiGo can run flights from Kadapa and Kurnool Airports : AP Cabinet
Along with this, the Cabinet also sanctioned 5 acres of land in Tirupati to the star Badminton player Kidambi Srikanth for establishing an academy. Moreover, the government has granted 50 acres of land to Regional Agricultural Research Station (RARS) under Acharya N.G Ranga University at Anakapalli.
To reduce the operational expenditure, the Chief Minister has approved the government decision in calling for bids for handling the operational maintenance of Krishnapatnam power plant for 25 years. The Genco employees, who are working in the plant, have also got a chance to return to Genco. Construction of 16 medical colleges with an expenditure of Rs 7,880 crore and sophistication of the existing medical colleges at a cost of Rs 3,820 crore were also allowed by the cabinet.
The cabinet accepted for the launch of EBC Nestam on January 25, where women aged between 45-60 years who belong to unreserved casts. These people can receive Rs 15,000 anually as financial support. On the other hand, government is providing Rs 5,000 crore loan for AP State Civil Supplies Corporation to alleviate the payment of farmers against crop acquisitions without interlude.