White Paper on Amaravathi : Babu Highlights Jagan’s “Destruction”

Andhra government releases a white paper (status report on construction works) on the Amaravati capital region today (July 3).
White Paper on Amaravathi : Babu Highlights Jagan’s “Destruction”

Andhra government releases a white paper (status report on construction works) on the Amaravati capital region today (July 3). Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu, who has released the first white paper on Polavaram national irrigation project exposing the destructive regime of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, was released the next one on the crucial Amaravati capital region, the largest land acquisition project in the World.

It may be recalled that Chandrababu Naidu has been stating that both Polavaram and Amaravati are on top priority of his governance. Meanwhile, Chandrababu Naidu is going to Delhi today to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah and others over State related issues.

This white paper explained about the activity during the TDP & YSRCP regimes. What has been done from 2014 to 2019? What happened from 2019 to 2024? What to do from 2024? Those things are known to be crucial.

Chandrababu Naidu criticized YS Jagan Mohan Reddy for creating destruction while he aimed to build Amaravati for employment and job opportunities. CM expressed concern that due to the lack of opportunities, students are leaving the region. He claimed that Amaravati, which was supposed to become a world-class capital, is now in ruins due to the actions of Jagan's government.

White Paper highlighted that Amaravati has been a significant administrative Centre since the Satavahana era. It is centrally located in the state, making it an ideal choice for the capital. He argued that anyone with intelligence and wisdom would not oppose Amaravati as the capital. He also mentioned that Amaravati has a gallery in the British Museum, emphasizing its historical importance.

Chandrababu emphasized that his projects always followed a win-win approach, ensuring that those who gave land for projects were satisfied. He applied the same strategy in Amaravati, claiming it to be the largest land pooling in the world, cited as a case study by the World Bank. Every land contributor was ensured benefits from the project.

CM pointed out that Jagan initially supported the idea of a centrally located capital and even built a house there but later changed his stance. He mentioned that banks and Singapore supported the construction of the capital, with Singapore providing a master plan and signing a MoU for the same. Amaravati was planned to have nine cities as part of its development.

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