Left out cities to resubmit proposals
Union Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu said states whose cities could not make it to Top 20 list in the Centre’s ambitious Smart City programme will be provided an opportunity to participate in a ‘fast-track competition’ and resubmit their proposals…

Union Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu said states whose cities could not make it to Top 20 list in the Centre’s ambitious Smart City programme will be provided an opportunity to participate in a ‘fast-track competition’ and resubmit their proposals within the next two months.He said April 15 has been fixed as the deadline for resubmitting the proposals by 23 states and Unionterritories that were left out in the first phase of the Smart City mission.

The top 20 cities were not selected but competed against each other through a rigorous process to get into the list, Naidu pointed out.

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