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Govt offices to be set up in mirchi yard?

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The Andhra Pradesh government is likely to house its employees in a chilli yard at Guntur. A high level committee scouting for space to locate the government employees in the State has found 2 lakh sq.

The Andhra Pradesh government is likely to house its employees in a chilli yard at Guntur. A high level committee scouting for space to locate the government employees in the State has found 2 lakh sq. ft lying vacant in a chill storing yard. By the next academic year, Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu, who feels that fights between two State employees in every office over space are getting worse, will have sheds erected in the yard for government offices.

However, employees whose children are studying in Hyderabad are not willing to shift out to even Vijayawada. Now the offer to shift to Guntur and work from sheds in a chilli yard might spark off a protest. Guntur chillies are very pungent and very few can stand near a yard full of it.

While employees will have to face Guntur chillies, the political class would remain in Hyderabad, which, the Chief Minister said, would remain only as a political capital of the State.

Every Saturday, MLAs will be able to meet the Chief Minister at the Lake View Guest house without appointment. On other days, they would have to take appointments. It was instructed that all ministers should be in Hyderabad on Saturdays. The Chief Minister instructed that MLAs to tour the State and inform him about the loan waiver and pension scheme as well as 24 hours power supply.

The capital city plan got a hit as the court stayed an order that banned any construction in the proposed region. Sri Chaitanya Constructions, a company from Hyderabad, was denied permission to develop a layout of Nuzvid mandal by the High Court on Thursday.

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