Minister Gudivada Amarnath once again fired on TDP leader and former Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu. He said that he has done nothing to Amaravati. They said that Guntur and Vijayawada were treated unfairly for Amaravati. He alleged that they have cheated the state for their own interests and that the movement is being carried out only for 29 villages. He said that CM Jagan brought up the issue of three capital cities with the aim of equal development of all regions. The march of Amarathi farmers was described as an invasion of Visakhapatnam. It has been clarified that the people of Uttar Andhra will never accept the Padayatra. If Padayatra disrupts the peace and security of Andhra Pradesh, Chandrababu said that he should be held responsible. He warned that people will not stand idly by if an invasion is carried out in the name of Padayatra.
We will put a bill on three capitals in the assembly. Minister Amarnath once again made it clear that three capital cities will be completed. Minister Gudivada Amarnath has made similar interesting comments in the past. He said that three capitals will be established before the next assembly elections. He expressed anger that the TDP leaders are obstructing projects and industries in the state. The minister said that the state is going to become a hub for the pharma sector. Those who are obstructing the development of the state should be expelled from the state. They demanded that former chief minister Chandrababu Babu and his son Lokesh should be sent to jail for speaking to disrupt peace and security.
Minister Botsa Satyanarayana had also made similar comments in the past that he was 100 percent committed to the decision of the three capitals. They said that the state has the power to decide the capital and they are not against the implementation of the CRDA Act. He said fiercely that you will see whether the three capitals bill will be introduced in the upcoming assembly sessions. Meanwhile, the High Court has issued a key verdict on the capital Amaravati. It was ordered to develop Amaravati in 6 months. It said that since the Legislature has no power to make laws on the capital, then the CRDA Act cannot be repealed. Moreover, it clarified that no office can be shifted from Amaravati.
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