Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that some people are spreading false propaganda that the Central Government will sell Singa Reni. After visiting Vizag, he reached Hyderabad Begum Pet Airport in a special flight on Saturday afternoon. From there, he reached Ramagundam in a special helicopter. There PM Modi   dedidicated Ramagundam Fertilizer Factory Company Limited  for the nation . Later He visited  production unit  of fertilizers in  Ramagundam  Fertilizer Company Limed and Examine  production of Urea.

, After that Prime Minister Modi addressed the public meeting organized in Ramagundam. PM Modi  angry  that some people are  falls propaganda    about Singareni .He  said  that there is a no question of  privetation of  singareni Company.

PM  said that 51 per cent share of Singareni belongs to the state government while the share of the centeral Government  is 49 per cent. He said  if the majority share belongs to the state government, how can the centeral  Government  decide  it? Any decision to be taken should be taken by the state Government only. Modi made it clear that the Center has no intention of privatizing Singareni. He explained that there is no proposal in that regard. It is alleged that some people from Hyderabad are making provocative comments.

Earlier he spoke on the subject of urea. He said that in the future, a single brand will be available under the name of Bharat Urea. It has been revealed that action will be taken without black marketing and counterfeiting of fertilisers. He said that many measures have been taken to prevent shortage of fertilizers for the farmers.


Modi revealed that they have to import urea from foreign countries at high prices, but they are providing neem coating urea to farmers at low prices. It was explained that 70 lakh tonnes of urea is being produced in fertilizer factories in five regions. He said that soil tests are being done and cards are being provided to the farmers and steps have been taken to ensure that the farmers plant crops according to the nature of the soil. He said that nano urea technology has been made available to farmers.