Three capitals in progress: Botcha
The decentralisation of capitals is in progress from the day when it was announced in Assembly by Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy
Amaravati: The decentralisation of capitals is in progress from the day when it was announced in Assembly by Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, informed Botcha Satyanarayana, Minister for Municipal Administration and Urban Development on Friday at a press conference at Secretariat at Velagapudi in Guntur.
The government will overcome the legal and political hurdles he added. The government aimed at enacting legislation for the three capitals and hence the bills were introduced, he said.
"To date, we haven't asked any company in the Millennium Towers in Visakhapatnam to vacate or issued any orders as such. We are issuing GO's as per our limitations and following the court instructions too. In fact, the shifting of the Vigilance office was done only for the convenience of the administration. There is no rule stating that the Vigilance office has to be in Vijayawada only." he added.
Satyanarayana stated that based on the Nava Sakam Survey, 4,16,034 members have been listed as ineligible for pensions. Minister stated that as per the household power consumption limit of 300 units per month, 8900 members have been removed from the list. He assured that the officials will once again check the list of ineligible members and take up a drive to make sure every eligible person gets the pension.
Minister further stated that TDP members are intentionally spreading false news against the government and the shifting of KIA company news was also spread by the TDP members itself. "TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu destroyed the State economy and turned the State bankrupt", he criticised.
Chandrababu Naidu had evil intentions to destroy the growth of the State and thus going with false propaganda to make sure no one comes for investing in AP.