All the streets from the villages of the state will soon illuminated with LED lights The Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh state Mr.Nara Chandrababu Naidu has said that he would equip the streets of all the villages with the LED lights during the next one year.
He made these remarks after launching the scheme to equip the street lights of the of the villages with less power consuming lights. The CM handed over some LED tube lights to the residents of Velagapudi and Mandadam villages in state capital Amaravati. Speaking on the occasion, he said that they would also ensure that all houses of the state has LED bulbs and tube lights.
The CM said that he has already issued orders to the officials concerned to see that all the households of the state are equipped with the LED lights. Mr. Naidu noted that they need 30 lakh LED tube lights to equip all the streets of the villages and added that Rs.1200 crore investment was required to achieve their goal. The CM said that they consumption of power would come down by 40 percent due to the usage of the bulbs. The union government has already come forward to fund the prestigious project of the state government.