“Building Smart City is a challenge for the states, urban local bodies and corporate, as it requires massive resources. It is also a great opportunity as well,” Naidu said.
He said the development of smart city is not possible without the participation of private investment.
“I call upon industry here and outside the country to join the Smart City project as there are great opportunities in it.”
As per the concept of the Smart City finalised by the ministry, eGovernance and online delivery of services and public Information, continuous power and water supply, effective transportation system, better health care and education system are some of the components of the mega project.
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