Finance Minister Bugna Rajendranath Reddy met the Union Finance Minister on Tuesday.

Andhra Pradesh: Finance Minister Bugna Rajendranath Reddy on Tuesday met Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and discussed issues related to the state. He also discussed setting up of Indian Institute of Foreign Trade and Indian Institute of Packaging with the Union Minister. Bugna said, “The state government has allotted necessary space to set up these and CM YS Jagan intends to create more and more educational institutions and skill training development institutes in the state of Andhra Pradesh.”

He also discussed the arbitration case on Anarak Aluminum Company in the International Court of Justice.
AP Finance Minister Bugna expressed displeasure over TDP's allegations and said that they are making allegations for political gains. He said that the government had taken a loan to save the poor in the difficult times of Corona virus. 

He said that the income which was going to increase due to Corona has fallen and hence it was imperative to take loans in these circumstances. He expressed concern that the TDP was behaving in a manner that would damage the credibility of the state of Andhra Pradesh and the party's behavior would harm the entire state.

 

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