In the last five years under YS Jagan’s rule in Andhra Pradesh, there has been zero focus on bringing investments and generating employment.

Some of the companies that had invested during the previous Chandrababu Naidu’s regime were also driven out.

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As a result, the young of the state started moving out to other states in search of better opportunities. When there is no employment opportunities in a state and when the young start moving out, there is an imbalance in the population as well.

We only have the aged remaining in the state. The new Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu started Operation De-Aging Andhra Pradesh.

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Naidu is in talks with the investors to create more employment opportunities in the state.

The other day, Naidu met with the representatives of the Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited. Naidu is pursuing with them to establish an oil refinery and petrochemical complex in Andhra Pradesh with an investment of 60-70,000 Crore.

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Naidu is trying to have it in Machilipatnam and the project will need 5000 acres of land. This project will create 1000s of jobs to the state.

And on the same day, Naidu sat with the CEO of VinFast, Pham Sanh Chau. VinFast is a leading automobile conglomerate from Vietnam. He had pursued them to set up their EV and battery manufacturing plant in Andhra Pradesh. The industries department has been instructed to facilitate their visit to suitable land parcels.

And then, there is the Ashok Leyland Manufacturing Plant in Mallavalli Industrial Corridor. The Plant construction has been completed in the previous CBN’s tenure but the company decided not to start operations due to the harassment by the Jagan Government.

Now, with the new Government in place, talks are on for the Plant to start operations.

All these developments are in less than one month of Chandrababu Naidu taking charge. Naidu started repairing one project and restarted the investments bringing spree with two others. One can imagine how Andhra Pradesh suffered in the last five years.