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Finance Minister Buggana Rajendranath Reddy n a wide-ranging interview clarified that the Andhra government was looking into irregularities committed during the erstwhile TDP government’s tenure.
State government is looking into irregularities that took place in the name of the capital city and has no intention to relocate the capital. Not just in Amaravati, it has a strong case on the corruption in wind and solar power purchase agreements and Polavaram, says Finance Minister Buggana Rajendranath Reddy in an interview with Kalyan Tholeti
Naidu’s capital crimes under government lens, not the capital, says Andhra Pradesh Finance Minister
Elaborating on the alleged irregularities, he opined that though the State was in need of a capital, the TDP government under Chandrababu Naidu went for the construction of a capital city.
VIJAYAWADA: Finance Minister Buggana Rajendranath Reddy on Thursday termed his cabinet colleague Botcha Satyanarayana’s comments on Amaravati that it is costly and flood-prone as ‘passing remarks’ and clarified that the State government was looking into irregularities committed during the erstwhile TDP government’s tenure and not the relocation of capital. In a wide-ranging interview with TNIE, he also asserted there was prima facie evidence of corruption not only in the capital city construction but also power purchase agreements (PPAs) and Polavaram.
To queries on the capital, he clarified, “The minister (Botcha) quoted the Sivaramakrishnan Committee report in view of the recent flooding on the banks of river Krishna. It is just a passing remark. The TDP is intentionally trying to overplay his normal response to downplay development works the government is taking up. We will go ahead with Amaravati.”
Guntur MP Galla Jaydev urges CM Jagan Reddy to spell out his government’s Amaravati plan
Addressing a press conference, he said Botcha’s remarks triggered doubts over the government’s intentions.
GUNTUR: Guntur MP Galla Jaydev has demanded that the YSR Congress government spell out its stand on Amaravati in the wake of remarks made by Municipal Administration Minister Botcha a Satyanarayana that the capital city was prone to flooding.
Jayadev also urged Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy to speak on the issue. Addressing a press conference, he said Botcha’s remarks triggered doubts over the government’s intentions. “The government should think about the future of the State,” he said.
Mixed signals from Jagan government put Andhra Pradesh in a 'capital' mess
On a downward spiral ever since the change of guard in the state, it could now hit the panic button.
Amaravati, the ambitious greenfield capital city of Andhra Pradesh, is under a cloud with the YS Jagan Mohan Reddy government sending confusing signals on its fate, reiterating commitment to its development on the one hand and questioning its viability on the other.
Now, 14 MLAs want Kurnool as capital, Tirupati MP Chinta Mohan bats for Tirupati
All 14 MLAs from Kurnool district seek an appointment with CM to push their demand; govt never said it will shift capital from Amaravati, says YSR Congress VIJAYAWADA/KURNOOL/TIRUPATI: A day after Municipal Administration Minister Botcha Satyanarayana dropped hints at the relocation of the capital city of Amaravati, politicians started raising demand for capital in their respective districts. For instance, YSRC MLAs from Kurnool district Katasani Rambhupal Reddy and Nandikotkur MLA Arthur said they would meet Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy once he returns to the State from the US with a request that the new capital should be built at Kurnool.
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