Amaravati: The opposition leader in the state Nara Chandrababu Naidu today lashed out at CM YS Jaganmohan Reddy for failing to keep his word on the land issue of the state capital. He said that Jagan had made it clear that the state capital should have 30,000 acres of land in the state capital and asked the CM as to what happened to him now.
He asked the CM if any country of the world has three capitals. He mocked that the CM had not only retreated his words but also turned away his face from the people of the state. Referring to the statements of the CM about its nonviability, he said that the verdict of the national green Tribunal had made it clear that the state capital Amaravati did not have any threat of inundation.
Naidu made it clear that the Amaravati state capital project was a self-financing project and added that they had built Raj Bhavan, High Court and assembly in one place. He said that the incumbent government can work without spending a single penny from the present state capital. Allooriisan inspiration for Amaravati state capital struggle
The TDP national president Nara Chandrababu Naidu has said that freedom fighter Allooori Seetharama Raju was an inspiration for the Amaravati stars capital protection Struggle Committee. Naidu expressed his solidarity with the activists of the struggle on completing 200 days of agitation. He paid floral tributes at the portrait of balloon Seetaramaraju on the occasion of his birth anniversary. He urged the activists to intensify their agitating taking inspiration from the freedom fighter.