Amaravati (A.P.), Feb 14 (ANI): Reliance Industries Chairman and Managing Director Mukesh Ambani on Tuesday met Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu to discuss investment opportunities in the state, a statement said. India’s richest man and the Chief Minister talked about the partnership summit to be held in Visakhapatnam later this month and setting up of Jio phones manufacturing unit in Rayalaseema region of Andhra, and creating 100 entrepreneurial industries. Ambani visited Andhra Pradesh secretariat in Amaravati, where he was received by IT, RD and PR Minister Nara Lokesh, who met the industrialist in his recent visit to Mumbai. The meeting held at the Real Time Governance — RTG Centre, which has recently become a special attraction to the high profile visitors of AP Secretariat, saw the industrialist and the politician touching upon many topics, including education and agriculture. Rumours are on rife that Ambani is playing a negotiator between the Centre and Andhra Pradesh as he is considered to be close with both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Naidu. The relations between alliance partners Telugu Desam Party and BJP have strained as Andhra Pradesh was disappointed with budget allocation to the state.
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