I am not against Amaravati people; I have my house here, says CM Jagan on AP 3 capital

22-11-2021 Mon 15:27

Amid objections from Amaravati farmers, the Andhra Pradesh government has withdrawn the 'Three Capital Bill.' While speaking in the Assembly, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy claimed that the previous TDP government's decision on the state capital was controversial, and defended his stance by claiming that it violated the Sri Krishna committee's report. CM Jagan stated that he had no animosity toward the people of Amaravati and that he owns a home in the region. Amaravati, according to YS Jagan, does not fall correctly in either Guntur or Vijayawada. The former administration promised Rs 2 crore per acre to build merely the minimum infrastructure of roads, electricity, and drainage in this region. If 50,000 acres are factored in, the figure rises to one lakh crore, according to CM Jagan. He estimates that establishing the basic infrastructure, will only take more than ten years, keeping aside the other infrastructure. If that is the case, how should the capital be expected in Amaravati and how educated people find jobs, AP CM justified himself. He claimed that it is all about deceiving the public by the previous government.CM Jagan stated that Visakhapatnam has all the potential to grow much more, and that it will be comparable to Hyderabad in the next ten years. He stated that a new bill would be presented to the Assembly that will take into account all of the needs as well as the consent from all sections of people without any litigation.


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