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CM Skips Mannavaram Ceremony

Rosaiah was forced to cancel his trip to Tirupati on account of being indisposed.
Hyderabad | 1st September 2010
Chief Minister K Rosaiah, on Wednesday, was forced to cancel his trip to Tirupati on account of being indisposed.

According to sources in the Chief Minister's Office, Rosaiah was scheduled to participate in the ceremony of the foundation-laying of the BHEL-NTPC project. The foundation stone was laid by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at Mannavaram near Srikalahasthi in Chittoor district on Wednesday.

Rosaiah's personal doctors advised him from making the trip to Tirupati since he is suffering from fever.

The 78-year-old Chief Minister's speech welcoming the Prime Minister was read out by Major Industries Minister Kanna Laxminarayana on his behalf.

The ceremony for the prestigious project was eagerly awaited by the people of the state ever since it became known that Andhra Pradesh had bagged the project.

Rosaiah had, on August 25, visited Tirupati to see for himself the arrangements being made for Wednesday's visit by the Prime Minister for the ceremony.

Earlier, Governor E S L Narasimhan had already left for Tirupati to participate in the program.

Courtesy: INN
filed in:  Power Plants & Projects, Mannavaram Power Project, K Rosaiah
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