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I will Complete Kadapa Steel Plant: Claims Gaali

The most controversial Mining emperor of Karnataka Gaali Janardhan Reddy made headlines with his recent remarks on AP State and Central Governments. He dared to reveal key points on the Kadapa Steel Plant.Gali Janardhan Reddy is quite unhappy with the way things are progressing about the Brahmani Steel Plant in Jammalamadugu, Kadapa. He arranged a press meet to declare a stunning decision that he is willing to take up the job of completing Brahmani Steel Plant in Kadapa.

Claiming that he already invested more than 1300 crores already in the past, he wants the project to get completed by State and Central Governments. Gaali reminded that the construction got stopped when the ex-CM Kiran Kumar Reddy issued a G.O canceling the contract. So he requests the present CM to cancel the Kiran’s G.O so that he can give the output in 2 years. Well planned Gaali is way ahead of Central Government in this issue as he has perfect calculations to get the iron ore from his mining fields and water from the nearby resources.

This ex-Minister of BJP assured the State and Central Governments that if they give back his 1300+ crores of investments, he is ready to give all the rights back and will not interfere in that project.Actually, Gaali got irked by the fact that the McConn who earlier suggested Gaali set up the Steel Plant is now condemning the idea of Steel Plant. According to a recent report by McConn, the Jammalamadugu is a bad place to set the plant. So Gaali would lose tons of investments if the project gets canceled.

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