CM Jagan Reddy decides to Develop Amaravati yet again
CM Jagan Reddy decides to Develop Amaravati yet again

As the Andhra Pradesh high court on Friday extended its status quo on the transferring of the executive capital of the state from Amaravati to Visakhapatnam till August 27, the Jagan Mohan government came out with a proposal to complete all the pending works in Amaravati and develop it as a metropolitan region. Works worth thousands of crores which were under various stages construction in Amaravati had come to wait after his government took over as the chief minister on May 30, 2019.

Hyderabad receives a considerable amount of rainfall

These included an eight-lane seed access road connecting the highway with Amaravati, internal roads, trunk lines, building of culverts, buildings for the secretariat, assembly and high court complexes, besides residential quarters for lawmakers, ministers, all-India service officers, state government employees and permanent official buildings and quarters for judges. Jagan had proposed to form three capital cities with executive capital at Visakhapatnam and judicial capital at Kurnool while retaining Amaravati only as a legislative capital.

Hyderabad: Polices Department hoists flag on the occasion of 74th Independence day

The AMRDA authorities told the chief minister that it would require at least Rs 14,000-Rs 15,000 crores to complete all the works. Jagan told them to find ways to mobilize additional resources in coordination with the finance department so that all the building and road infrastructure works be completed. The minister said the farmers of Amaravati would get value for their developed plots which they had got in lieu of the lands they had given for the capital city. 

Four new Corona patients found in Chamba, number of infected crosses 3800

Join NewsTrack Whatsapp group
Related News