The project will enhance the beauty of the Jaipur city, the Urban Development minister said.
Reviewing programmes of the urban development department here, Naidu also appreciated Das for approving 60,916 applications out of 2.55 lakh houses under PMSAY with GEO tagging of 32,000 houses.
The Urban Development Minister, who held a meeting with the chief minister and senior officials, handed over release order to the tune Rs 1,263 crore for different projects in the state.
Speaking at a function organised by Swarna Bharat Trust, Hyderabad chapter here, the Minister for Information and Broadcasting also said India aims to skill 402 million people by 2022. Of these, at least 110 million workers are required in over 25 select sectors such as textiles, automobiles, construction, banking and retail.
Naidu, the Information and Broadcasting Minister, stated this while assuring his Ministry's support to issues raised by the South Indian Film Chambers of Commerce (SIFCC) at a meeting with him here.
Naidu said the Centre has done whatever it could and now it was for the state governments to take forward its Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Urban) scheme to provide housing to all the poor people in urban areas by 2022.
"Arunachal Pradesh is totally part and parcel of India. China has no business to name any of the district. I don't know why they have taken this step," Naidu, the Information and Broadcasting Minister, told a press conference here.
In the recent panchayat elections in Odisha, the BJP had secured 297 zilla parishad seats while the Congress, the main opposition party, had won just 60 zilla parishad seats.
The Congress was inventing issues to cover up their failures and to prevent the BJP from celebrating its victory, Naidu told reporters here.
Addressing the BJP Parliamentary Party meeting a day before the session ends, Modi also pitched for pushing reform and development agenda, asserting that there is a "positive" public mood in the favour of the ruling dispensation as it completes its third anniversary the next month.
The monthly home loan installment (EMIs) will soon come down by almost Rs 2000 if your first home falls in a city or town under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) and if you fall in the income bracket of Rs 12-18 lakh.
With exit polls projecting a good show by the saffron party, including in the crucial state of Uttar Pradesh where it is projected to emerge as the single largest party, its highest decision-making body is likely to take stock of the situation and chalk out future strategy.
CNBC-TV18‘s Yash Jain caught up with Venkaiah Naidu, Minister of Urban Development spoke on the side-lines of the Momentum Jharkhand Summit, where Naidu spoke about land acquisition and the steps taken by the government towards it.
Naidu said inflation has been brought down to its lowest and India has become an attractive destination for investors under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with the country now having the "highest" foreign exchange reserves.
"Cities in the past were built on riverbanks. They are now built along highways. But in the future, they will be built based on availability of optical fibre networks and next-generation infrastructure.
Earlier in the day, addressing the Congress' 'Jan Vedna Sammelan', Rahul said "achhe din" (good days) will come when the Congress comes back to power at the Centre in 2019.
Union minister M Venkaiah Naidu feels that the coming together of the Opposition on the demonetisation issue is a non-starter and not a threat to the BJP-led government and rules out any real political realignment before the next Lok Sabha elections.
Demonetisation was to bring attitudinal change among people, like what major initiatives Prime Minister Narendra Modi had taken in the last two and half years including Swachh Bharat mission aimed at, says Union minister M Venkaiah Naidu.
The demonetisation drive is moving towards success because the money that was circulated by The Reserve Bank of India has come back into the system but how much of that is white and how much is black will be known after proper scrutiny, says Union Minister of Urban Development, M Venkaiah Naidu.
Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu has said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be present in Parliament for the remaining two days of the winter session.
Opposition parties are observing 'Black Day' today to mark completion of a month of the demonetisation announcement.
Flanked by Governor Vidyasagar Rao, Union Ministers Venkaiah Naidu and Pon Radhakrishnan and others, Modi placed a wreath on the body which was lying in state at Rajaji Hall.
"They (opposition parties) should come back to Parliament to discuss and debate and give valuable suggestions so that the country can move forward," said Naidu, who holds Information and Broadcasting, Urban Development, and Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation Ministries.
Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha were adjourned for the day as the Opposition locked horns with Treasury benches over demonetisation and demanded Modi's presence during the discussion on the issue.