Nizamabad, Sep 23 (UNI) Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy today said the government would construct a government medical college-cum hospital in Nizamabad District.
Laying the foundation for a by-pass road at a cost of Rs 50 crore here, he said work for setting up an airport and IT Park in the district would commence soon as tenders for these works had already been completed.
He said the government was striving hard to render justice to all sections of the people during the last four and half years by implementing various welfare and developmental schemes.
The government had taken up underground sewerage system work in Nizamabad at a cost of Rs 84 crore, he said adding it had taken up the Ali Sagar project to provide drinking water to the town.
Earlier, inaugurating the Revenue building constructed at a cost of Rs 70 lakh, he said the govenment had taken all steps to stop migration from Nizamabad and Karimnagar districts in search of employment.
The government would provide employment to the youth by giving them training in the same district. Training would be provided to 10,000 youth in the distirct this year, he added.
He said the government had launched the 'Rajiv Udyogasri' with a view to solving the unemployment problem in the state.
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