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Old August 24th, 2019, 08:06 AM   #2661
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Jagan Mohan Reddy thinking of Amaravati referendum

CM doesn’t think the capital needs to be in one place, so wants to take it to the people.

Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy is set to decide on the state capital by referendum. Mr Reddy feels there is no need for all government departments and offices to be located at one place.

The idea is similar to the core argument of the Sivaramakrishnan committee report, which was appointed by the Centre to suggest a place to build a capital for AP. The previous Telugu Desam government ignored the committee’s report and decided to build the capital between Vijayawada and Guntur on the Krishna banks.

Mr Reddy asked AP Capital Region Developm-ent Authority (CRDA) commissioner P. Lakshmi Narasimham to submit a report on the lands pooled at Amaravati. In particular, Mr Reddy wants the CRDA to report on whether farmers had given their lands voluntarily or whether the government had taken forcefully from them. He wanted the report to include issues like the extent of land allotted by the previous government to various private and public companies, besides public institutions.

A senior official said after the CRDA commissioner submits a report, Mr Reddy may decide on going to the people with a referendum on the issue.

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If Incapable and Idiot and Useless fellow take any decision , it would be exactly like this only.
Whether voluntarily or forcibly, The Government of Andhra Pradesh is earned the worth of 40000 crores by the Reputation and belief on CBN.
Instead of developing those lands , why Govt needs to do all these bull shit things.
If you are incapable of handling all these things, let it be as it is now.
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Old August 26th, 2019, 05:43 PM   #2662
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Four Capitals For Andhra? Jagan Mohan Reddy May Junk Amaravati Plan


Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy may drop all plans to make Amaravati the state's dream capital, and instead opt for four capital cities located in different parts of the state.

Jagan Mohan Reddy has conveyed a proposal along these lines to the central BJP leadership, said Rajya Sabha parliamentarian TG Venkatesh, who defected from the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) to the BJP in June. The four capitals are likely to be located in Vizianagaram for the north-coastal zone; Kakinada for the Godavari districts; Guntur for the south coastal belt; and Kadapa for Rayalaseema. Representatives for each of these regions may be picked from the five Deputy Chief Ministers appointed earlier this year, so as to ensure decentralised development in Andhra Pradesh.

While any decision to ditch the Amaravati plan will come as a downer for the farmers there, people in other regions such as Rayalaseema are likely to welcome the decentralised capital model. So, there is speculation that Jagan Mohan Reddy may propose a referendum on the issue to ensure that he does not appear to be taking unilateral decisions.

This is only part of the article. Read full article at : https://www.ndtv.com/andhra-pradesh-...i-plan-2090701
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Old October 12th, 2019, 10:23 PM   #2663
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Finally.... some hope !!!

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Old October 14th, 2019, 02:54 PM   #2664
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Finally.... some hope !!!

Where these 25 floors came from. It has been planned for 4*40 and 1*50 floors.

Half knowledge people are ruling the journalism field.
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Old October 16th, 2019, 03:20 PM   #2665
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Amaravati ghost city ?

An article about the latest development in Amaravati

Amaravati: India’s Ghost City
A capital city in suspended animation has farmers, who pooled their land, wringing their hands in anxiety

https://youtu.be/lfRACb3HNWg

Sandhya Ravishankar

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Old October 30th, 2019, 02:17 PM   #2666
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An article about the latest development in Amaravati

Amaravati: India’s Ghost City
A capital city in suspended animation has farmers, who pooled their land, wringing their hands in anxiety

https://youtu.be/lfRACb3HNWg

Sandhya Ravishankar
Looks like the AP state is in a Mess now ???
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Old October 30th, 2019, 07:32 PM   #2667
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At least some painting work is going on in A.P



State government paints YSRCP colour on national flag colour


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Old October 30th, 2019, 07:45 PM   #2668
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Four Capitals For Andhra? Jagan Mohan Reddy May Junk Amaravati Plan


Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy may drop all plans to make Amaravati the state's dream capital, and instead opt for four capital cities located in different parts of the state.

Jagan Mohan Reddy has conveyed a proposal along these lines to the central BJP leadership, said Rajya Sabha parliamentarian TG Venkatesh, who defected from the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) to the BJP in June. The four capitals are likely to be located in Vizianagaram for the north-coastal zone; Kakinada for the Godavari districts; Guntur for the south coastal belt; and Kadapa for Rayalaseema. Representatives for each of these regions may be picked from the five Deputy Chief Ministers appointed earlier this year, so as to ensure decentralised development in Andhra Pradesh.

While any decision to ditch the Amaravati plan will come as a downer for the farmers there, people in other regions such as Rayalaseema are likely to welcome the decentralised capital model. So, there is speculation that Jagan Mohan Reddy may propose a referendum on the issue to ensure that he does not appear to be taking unilateral decisions.

This is only part of the article. Read full article at : https://www.ndtv.com/andhra-pradesh-...i-plan-2090701


I’m a Keralite. And doesn’t have any political affiliation towards any party in AP.
But what Mr Jagan doing is utter blunder.
He got perfect amount of land acquired for capital. Good plan is ready. Work at least begun. Now he need to abort the project. Such an idiot he is.
Dear don’t make a Singapore there . At least make a Chandigarh.
Next generation will praise you!
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Old November 1st, 2019, 05:13 AM   #2669
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Aerial view of the seed area of the capital as on 28 th of November 2019 The village on the forefront is Rayapudi and on the center stage, the monumental axis of the capital.

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Aerial view of the seed area of the capital as on 2!th of November 2019 The village on the forefront is Rayapudi and on the center stage, the monumental axis of the capital
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Old November 1st, 2019, 11:39 AM   #2671
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Aerial view of the seed area of the capital as on 2!th of November 2019 The village on the forefront is Rayapudi and on the center stage, the monumental axis of the capital
So many idiots are in AP now and if you show this to them, they simply say it graphics and go on their way..
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Old November 3rd, 2019, 11:42 AM   #2672
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Latest development in Amaravati

On the ground photographies of universities where work construction is still going on, and also a view from the top of Neerukonda hills to the north in the direction of the government axis. VIT university can be observed also, with construction also going on.



These phographies were taken on the 2nd november 2019.
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On the ground photographies of universities where work construction is still going on, and also a view from the top of Neerukonda hills to the north in the direction of the government axis. VIT university can be observed also, with construction also going on.



These phographies were taken on the 2nd november 2019.
Looks Nice bro..
In the first pic, all the U/C buildings belong to Amrita University?
If it is then Amrita have made a very good progress like VIT and SRM.
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Aerial view of the seed area of the capital as on 2!th of November 2019 The village on the forefront is Rayapudi and on the center stage, the monumental axis of the capital
What's the source for this pics ?
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Looks Nice bro..
In the first pic, all the U/C buildings belong to Amrita University?
If it is then Amrita have made a very good progress like VIT and SRM.
Yes Ramkar first picture is Amrita university and there was construction workers on the site
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What's the source for this pics ?
Source of the picture is mine taken on arrival to Vijayawada on the 28th of October 2019
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Source of the picture is mine taken on arrival to Vijayawada on the 28th of October 2019
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10 priority roads

Beginning of november 2019, evolution of road network in Amaravati, all works stopped.
The first picture show a piece of road north of Rayapudi unfinished, and n



The second picture near SRM university show some some damages that occurred to road that wasn't finish, and may extend if the construction won't résume soon.

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Old November 27th, 2019, 06:46 AM   #2679
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As Amaravati row heats up, Jagan orders officials to speed up work

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  • Jagan Mohan Reddy asked the officials not to go for unnecessary expenses, keeping in view the economic conditions of the state

Amaravati: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y. S. Jagan Mohan Reddy on Monday directed the officials of Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) to complete the works as quickly as possible.

The decision comes three days ahead of leader of opposition and Telugu Desam Party (TDP) president N. Chandrababu Naidu's visit to Amaravati to highlight how the development works in the state capital came to a standstill after Jagan Mohan Reddy-led YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) came to power.

The chief minister reviewed the CRDA work at a meeting with Urban Development and Municipal Administration Minister Botsa Satyanarayana and officials of CRDA, the official body constituted in 2014 and entrusted with the task of building the capital city and capital region.

Reddy asked the officials not to go for unnecessary expenses, keeping in view the economic conditions of the state.

The government also decided to develop the plots allotted to the farmers who had given their land for the capital city.

He directed the officials to concentrate first on the construction that are about to be completed, saying the government is ready to grant funds for the same. He said that the reverse tendering in the construction work will reduce the costs.

The chief minister sought details of the works and expenditure incurred so far. He also sought information on the designs of the roads in the CRDA area and instructed the officials that there should be no mistakes in the planning. He instructed the officials to take advice and suggestions from IITs on cost, design and other aspects of road construction.

The decisions assume significance in the wake of former chief minister Chandrababu Naidu's upcoming visit to Amaravati.

The TDP chief has announced that he will visit Amaravati, his brainchild, on November 28. This comes in the wake of Singapore Consortium pulling out of the project, and farmers who gave their lands for the capital moving the high court.

Earlier in the day, minister Satyanarayana questioned Naidu on the development undertaken during the last five years.

Satyanarayana said only five per cent of works were completed in Amaravati during Naidu's five-year rule.

"The budget for development of capital has been estimated to be ₹1.9 lakh crore but only ₹4,900 crore has been spent," said Satyanarayana and alleged that Naidu turned the capital city into a graveyard.

"Farmers should question Chandrababu on development when he visits Amaravati," the Minister said. He also assured Amaravati farmers that all the government orders issued earlier would be implemented and continue to develop plots given to farmers.

After the YSRCP government took over in May, all works in Amaravati were kept on hold, pending probe into alleged irregularities by the previous government in awarding contracts and in allotting prime lands to those close to then Chief Minister.

The government is also cancelling the contracts awarded by the previous government to go for reverse tendering, saying the exercise would save public money.

Amid uncertainty over the future of Amaravati, Jagan Mohan Reddy-led government last month formed an experts' panel and also sought suggestions from people.

Satyanarayana had earlier said after the receipt of the panel's report the government would decide whether to go ahead with Amaravati as the state capital or look for another location.
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