Hyderabad: IT and Industries Minister KT Rama Rao on Wednesday said many global companies were keen on making major investments in the State.
He was speaking at a review meeting with heads of Information Technology and Industries departments at MCRHRD here.
Officials told Mr Rama Rao that Hatsun Agro Product Ltd would be setting up India’s largest ice-cream manufacturing facility in Sangareddy district. It is expected to commence commercial operations in October.
Hatsun will be setting up its unit with a capital investment of Rs 207 crore and create more than 250 direct and 250 indirect employment opportunities.
The unit will also benefit more than 4,000 dairy farmers in the region, said a statement from the Ministry.
Mr Rama Rao said that many major food processing companies were keen on investing in Telangana and announcements would be made soon.
He said the government would provide assistance to such companies as well.
The Minister also asked officials to plan towards decentralising the IT sector to ensure its growth across the city.
He said efforts to boost IT sector in tier-2 cities were yielding good results.
He is likely to inaugurate the Karimnagar IT Tower on February 18.
“The disruption caused by Covid-19 pandemic has forced us to embrace technology in a way never seen before and has helped accelerate our approach towards remote working and implementation of digital solutions.”, said Rama Rao.
The complaint filed by Vijayawada Central tahsildar claimed that the hotel and hospital authorities were aware of electrical defects in the building.
Of the total complaints received, 16 are on insurance covers. The special team will also look into the same, Dr Rao said.
According to their observation, immunity in 80 per cent of Covid patients decreases due to psychological turbulence.
Union Water Resources Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat shot off separate letters to Telangana Chief Minister KCR and his Andhra counterpart Jagan Mohan Reddy.
The beds in private teaching hospitals are provided for free of cost by the State government. In Government hospitals across the State, there are 5924 vacant beds available while the total number of beds available in corporate hospitals across the State is 2601.
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