In the next five years, special purpose vehicles (SPVs) will be spending around Rs.1,631 billion on projects conceived under area-based development and Rs.388 billion on pan-city development.
If one was to think of the three most pressing problems and areas where solutions are needed, one could sum them up as IIM: Inflation, Infrastructure, Manufacturing. To hit the ground running you need to steer around areas which need tweaking.
In order to implement the Rajiv Awas Yojana, the Andhra Pradesh government set up a state-level nodal agency (SLNA), Mission for Elimination of Poverty in Municipal Areas (MEPMA). Various Urban local bodies in the state are submitting the detailed project reports (DPRs) under the scheme to MEPMA. The state government also set up a DPR Appraisal Committee headed by commissioner and director of muni