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    Chief Minister Revanth Reddy has presented several proposals for industrial development to Union Industries and Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal in New Delhi. One of the proposals is to scrap the Pharma City between Hyderabad and Warangal, and the state government will send a new proposal for its location.

    Accompanied by Deputy Chief Minister Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka, the Chief Minister also requested grant approval for the Hyderabad – Nagpur Corridor, mega Leather Park, National Design Centre, and greenfield status for the Warangal Textile Park.

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    Revanth submitted a memorandum addressing pending issues related to state industrial development. He asked for approval to establish a new “Industrial Corridor” connecting Hyderabad to Vijayawada via Miryalaguda. The CM explained the importance of final clearances for the proposed Hyderabad-Nagpur industrial corridor, which could bring significant benefits to Telangana State.

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    Revanth Reddy emphasized the need for sanctioning the National Design Centre for Telangana, as the previous one had been relocated to Vijayawada after the state’s bifurcation. He also requested approval for a Mega Leather Park, which was originally designated for Nellore district but is now planned for Karimnagar and Jangaon districts in Telangana.

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    Additionally, Revanth appealed to Goyal to grant greenfield status to the Mega Textile Park in Warangal under the PM Mitra scheme. He explained that this conversion would attract additional funds.

    The CM highlighted the state’s readiness to establish industries related to technical textiles and urged Goyal to grant a Centre of Excellence for Technical Textiles/Testing Centre. He also requested the allocation of a National Handloom Technology Centre (IIHT) to Telangana to provide training to weavers and enhance their income levels.

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