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Amaravathi: The People’s Capital of Andhra Pradesh.

On 29 May, Vijayawada, The Then State Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, N Chandrababu Naidu, referred to Amaravati as “the people’s capital” (Praja Rajdhani, in Telugu) of Andhra Pradesh and lashed out at all the doubters and critics who have been booing for the non-clarity on what goes with the capital Amaravathi and asserting that the new capital of Andhra Pradesh will be constructed on a massive scale. It will not only be signified as the pride of the Andhra people but will also act as the financial engine of economic growth in the State of Andhra Pradesh.

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On the Final day of Mahanadu,  the Annual Convention of the Telugu Desam Party, Nara Chandrababu Naidu was addressed here. He said that the first stage of Amaravati’s redevelopment would cost Rs 45,000 crore and that proposals for projects worth Rs 24,000 crore had already been requested. This is considered one of the Top TDP Achievements.

He along with the Top TDP Leaders went into great detail on the many aspects of the brand-new capital, the different educational institutions, hotels, and hospitals, that are going to be built soon as well as the differences between the inner and outer ring roads. Not only just involving development, but he along with his great team of MLA and MLC also realized that people deserve to know the changes that we are making to Andhra Pradesh for a better future. And this has become one of the Top TDP Contributions for Andhra Pradesh.

After the State’s bifurcation, the TDP Government claimed that Andhra Pradesh was left without a capital. It was reasonable for them and the state’s people to wish for a world-class city to serve as the capital of Andhra Pradesh. Also, in addition, The honor-bound Union Government of India gave its word to aid the State of Andhra Pradesh in the construction. Instead, the BJP leaders and their friends created all sorts of hurdles. Sanctioning a meager Rs 1,500 crore for the capital, Mr. Amit Shah is maxing all kinds of outrageous allegations against the TDP Government and its leader Mr. Nara Chandrababu Naidu.

To highlight what he termed “the double standards of the BJP leaders,” the Chief Minister also contrasted Dholera, an intelligent city project now under construction in Gujarat. An announcement regarding the Dholera smart city, which is 80 kilometers from Ahmedabad twice the size of New Delhi and six times larger than Shanghai, was made in a video by the TDP Leaders and the leader Nara Chandrababu Naidu that was shown at the Mahanadu. You may know all this and more info with the help of TDP’s latest news.

Mr. Nara Chandrababu Naidu in one of the meetings regarding the development of Amaravathi for Andhra Pradesh’s capital remarked, “ All of you have just seen the video of the honorable Prime Minister in which he had explained confidently about the Dholera smart city project forthcoming in Gujarat at the time of his tenure. They needed Dholera in Gujarat, which is a big capital city already. And he added ‘Why can’t we here castigate for aiding and abetting pipe dreams on a capital of the state of Andhra Pradesh, and dreaming about Amaravathi being the capital city of AP?

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