Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali Group is mulling to expand their business activities to Andhra Pradesh at the earliest, and felt the Krishnapatnam industrial area seemed to be a well-developed, potential place for their future operations in the south.
Baba Ramdev, along with Patanjali Ayurved Group Chief Executive Officer Acharya Balakrishna, visited the Krishnapatnam Port and surrounding industrial areas on Monday to explore the scope for their group’s expansion activities in Nellore district.
They met with Chintha Visweswara Rao, chairman of the CVR Group, promoters of the Krishnapatnam port, and port CEO Anil Yendluri and COO S. Subba Rao. They visited the port container terminal and the security services academy.
Later speaking to the reporters, Baba Ramdev said that Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu has been a long-time friend who extended a warm invitation to the Patanjali Group to make investments in the State.
Stating that they were fully satisfied with the industry-friendly facilities created at the port area, Baba Ramdev observed that they would soon take a decision on establishing the Patanjali Herbal and Food Park