TDP leads a delegation in Amaravati

The opposition Telugu Desam Party led a delegation to Amaravati, the capital city to inspect what was done in their regime and what is the present status. The delegation, led by MP Galla Jayadev, visited Velagapudi and Nowluru areas where construction activity was taken up during the TDP regime.

The leaders challenged the Ministers to come along with them to see the construction activity and the progress of the capital works in Amaravati. They said that the farmers have contributed 33,000 acres of land for the capital, while several people have invested for the capital in the name of bonds and bricks. A large number of people have trusted the leadership of Chandrababu Naidu and invested for Amaravati. Now, with the change of the government, the investors and the contractors were moving out of Amaravati, they said.

The leaders visited the group of housing projects for the people, offices and Ministers, besides the High Court complex at Nowluru. They also inspected the road works being done in the capital and were stopped by the YSR Congress government. At the Happy Nest project, the TDP leaders blamed the government for stopping the work. They said that hundreds of the people have invested and purchased plots in the Happy Nest programme during the TDP rule. They were now taking back the money as they have no confidence in the present government.

The TDP leaders took strong exception to the allegation of graphics and asked the YSR Congress leader and the Ministers to see for themselves if there are works or graphics. “The Assembly, Secretariat, High Court, the housing scheme and the roads are visible in Amaravati. But, the ruling party leaders are spreading false news on Amaravati with an intention to shift the capital,” the TDP leaders alleged.

Ram Tatavarthi
About Ram Tatavarthi 604 Articles
Ram has been continuing in the journalism for the past 25 years. He started his career from Samacharam and worked for various print and electronic media houses like Eenadu, Andhra Bhoomi, the evening daily Sandhya, in cable, Andhra Prabha, Citi Cable, TV 9, CCC channel etc.. By having extensive experience in journalism and also by always keeping up to date with the latest technology he is now working as a freelance journalist.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.