Amaravati Tirupati meet will open Jagan eyes: TDP

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Whole State will develop with centrally located Capital: Pulla Rao
People urged to make Tirupati public meeting a grand success
AMARAVATI: TDP former minister Prathipati Pulla Rao on Thursday asserted that the Jaganmohan Reddy Government’s decision on the Capital shifting has caused total destruction in all the 13 districts in Andhra Pradesh.
Pulla Rao said the courts of law were giving adverse judgments just because the YSRCP regime was making unlawful policies that were in total violation of the country’s constitution. The Amaravati farmers and women’s Mahapadayatra became a roaring success just because all sections of the people all over the State have been rejecting the illogical and draconian policies of the Chief Minister.
Addressing a press conference here, the TDP leader called upon the people, organisations and political parties to make the Tirupati public meeting a grand success. This should be held in such a grand manner that CM Jagan Reddy should open his eyes to the trust that he would not be able to go against the will of the people. The people’ capital cannot be shifted at the whims and fancies of one single individual.
Pulla Rao asserted that the YSRCP should realise its folly and announce Amaravati as the one and only Capital City. The Amaravati agitation would be a big eye-opener to the traitors

and betrayers who were provoking the people along regional lines. The Capital project was visualised and approved in a transparent manner. Over 29,000 farmers gave 34,323 acres with the sole aim of building a Capital for developing all the people in the 13 districts.
The TDP former minister said the Chandrababu regime ensured that the Capital came up at Amaravati as it was centrally located in the 13 districts of the State. If it was developed with a vision, all the regions in the State would see huge development in an integrated manner. Former CM Chandrababu made a statement in the Assembly to this effect at that time.
Pulla Rao said that the TDP regime planned it in such a way that once Amaravati would be completed, it would usher in overall development in all the 175 assembly constituencies in the State. Only for this, the previous regime spent Rs. 10,000 Cr on Amaravati project. The High Court, Secretariat, Assembly, Council and the employees’ quarters were constructed.
The TDP leader said that the residential premises for the poor people, the officials, MLAs and MLCs have been completed upto 70 percent. Out of sheer political jealousy, the Chief Minister launched misinformation about ‘insider trading’ in Amaravati and also called it ‘Kammaravati’ to provoke caste feelings. Whereas, 32 percent people in Amaravati area were SC, STs, 14 percent BCs, Reddys 23 percent, Kammas 18 percent Kapus 9 percent and Minorities 3 percent.

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