said in a tweet. Commercial production at the plant started last year.
Modi would also inaugurate 54.1 km of railway line from Bhadrachalam Road to Sattupalli, built on a budget of Rs 990 crore. The Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone of several road projects that would be carried out with a budget of Rs 2,268 crore. He will address a public meeting at Begumpet airport on Saturday shortly after his arrival, BJP sources said.
Meanwhile, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has decided to skip the event, and not receive Prime Minister Modi – again breaking protocol for the third time in two years. The TRS alleges that the Chief Minister has not been properly invited and that his office has been insulted by the central government.
This claim received a strong rebuttal from Union Minister G Kishan Reddy, who said that Fertilizers Minister Mansukh Mandaviya had personally sent a written invitation to the CM. He accused the TRS of politicizing the prime minister’s visit and condemned “Go Back Modi” posters hung by the TRS in support of its ally. The Communist Party of India has also called for protests against the Prime Minister against what they call his discriminatory attitude towards Telangana.
Telangana Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar met with senior officials here on Thursday and took stock of the arrangements made for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Ramagundam, more than 225 km away, on Nov. 12. coordination and instructed the police to make security arrangements and maintain law and order in Ramagundam and Hyderabad. Chief Secretary also held a conference call with Peddapally Collector S.Sangeetha Satyanarayana, Ramagundam Police Commissioner S.Chandrasekhar Reddy and CEO of Ramagundam Fertilizers AK Jain.
DGP M.Mahendar Reddy, Special Chief Secretary (Energy) Sunil Sharma and Principal Secretary (Home) Ravi Gupta were among those who attended the meeting.
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