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Mukesh Ambani praises AP CM for technology advancement in administration

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Amaravati | Tuesday, Feb 13 2018 IST
 
Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani lauded Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu for technological advancement in the administration and opined that the concept should be following across the country.

Mr.Ambani visited the Real Time Governance centre in the Secretariat on Tuesday, accompanied by the Chief Minister. Mr Naidu gave a power point presentation to Mr Ambani. Mr.Ambani said that India is achieving tremendous progress because of service sector. He felt that if 95 per cent data is integrated, a huge market could be created. He said that the reforms being introduced by Chandrababu Naidu in the state should be implemented across the country. He asked the Chief Minister to encourage youth for open sports software.

Mr.Ambani expressed his wish to work with Andhra Pradesh in the fields of agriculture, health and education. The Chief Minister explained him the innovative methods being introduced in the farming sector in the state. Mr Naidu expressed wish of working with Mukesh Ambani in the field of agriculture. Earlier, IT Minister Nara Lokesh welcomed Mr Ambani at the Gannavaram airport.

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