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Decision on capital city construction will be taken after receiving expert committee report: AP Min

Visakhapatnam, Oct 23 (UNI) Andhra Pradesh Minister for Municipal Administration Botsa Satyanarayana on Wednesday said that the government would take a decision on the construction of capital city Amaravati after the receiving the report from the experts committee.

Talking to mediapersons here, the Minister said that the government would build a capital such a manner that five crore people of the state would appreciate it. The government stance and desire is to develop 13 districts in the state and make the capital city a role model in the country.
"The experts' committee travels throughout the State and elicit people’s sentiments and opinion on the capital city. The Committee considers all conditions in the respective areas and submits the report in six weeks. The government proceeds only based on the committee’s report," said the Minister.
The system was fragmented and the state was inundated with debts for personal needs, he said and asked the former Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu to show the revenue of Rs 2 lakh crore that he mentioned.
“Have you constructed any single permanent building in capital city Amaravati during the last five years in your regime. Isn’t it true that your relatives and close ones have looted by inside trading during your governance? Everything has been constructed for a temporary purpose”’ the minister lambasted.
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