Development work at Machilipatnam Port is proceeding at a brisk pace

Former Minister Perni Nani laid the foundation stone for the construction of the North Breakwaters at Machilipatnam Port on Thursday.

On that occasion, Perni Nani informed reporters that both north and south breakwaters were being built. He informed that the process of soil investigation in connection with the construction of four berths is underway. “We plan to complete the construction works at Machilipatnam Port within 26 months,” said the YSRCP head.

Recently Prime Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy inaugurated the construction works for Machilipatnam port in Manginapudi in Krishna district. The port is being developed by the AP Maritime Board at an estimated cost of 5,156 Crores Rupees. Once the port of Machilipatnam is built, it will set Krishna district on the path of significant development.

YS Jagan’s government is working hard to fulfill people’s desires. Even after 75 years of independence, India only has six ports while the four-year-old YSRCP regime is establishing four ports in the state.

Meanwhile, works on Ramayapatnam Port and Kakinada Gateway Port are progressing briskly, and works on the construction of Mulapeta Port are also underway.

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