AP Cabinet decides to release White papers on various issues from December 23

The Andhra Pradesh Cabinet, which met here on Friday, chaired by Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, decided to release 10 White papers, including on State bifurcation, State financial status and growth rate, welfare of farmers, basic infrastructure in rural and urban areas, energy and trunk infrastructure, social empowerment, human resources development, industries and employment, good governance starting from December 23.

Giving details of the Cabinet meet, Minister for Information and Public Relations Kalava Srinivasulu said that the state government would explain on the development during the past four and half years in the white papers. The Minister said that state Cabinet also decided to exhibit 600 awards received by the state government from January 1.

The minister said that the State Cabinet decided to give promotions to 2585 police constables (CIVIL) as head constables, 2019 head constables and 566 assistant sub inspectors of police. He said the cabinet approved the proposal of water resources department for creation of three categories of posts 35 numbers for implementation of Andhra Pradesh Irrigation and livelihood improvement project pjhase –II.

He said the cabinet decided to upgrade the post of 610 grade II language pundits as school assistants. He said that cabinet decided to set up AP Fisheries and Oceanography University at Bhimavaram under public –private partnership to benefit the acqua culture cultivation present in 2 lakh hectares.

The minister said that the Cabinet decided to set up AP Maritime infrastructure development corporation to develop ports and ship yards. The cabinet also decided to give permission to five private universities in the state.

The minister said the Cabinet decided to send proposal to Central for encouraging Zero Budget Natural Farming at a cost of Rs.2,046 crore. The Cabinet also decided to sanction posts of ACB court to be set up in Rajahmundry. The minister said the cabinet decided to encourage hybrid renewable energy projects to produce 18000 mw by 2021-22. The cabinet decided to produce 5000 mw solar power in the coming five years.

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