Delay will not be tolerated, warns AP CM
Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu asserted that he would not tolerate delay in the construction of seed access and sub arterial roads in capital Amaravati. He asked the CRDA officials to give ultimatum to the construction companies to expedite works in the stipulated time.
Amaravati: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu asserted that he would not tolerate delay in the construction of seed access and sub arterial roads in capital Amaravati. He asked the CRDA officials to give ultimatum to the construction companies to expedite works in the stipulated time.
At a review meeting at CM’s residence, CRDA commissioner Ch Sridhar has detailed about overcoming the problems concerning to land acquisition in Undavalli, Penumaka and another village.
Chief Minister has directed him to takeover lands from the villagers, who are voluntarily coming forward under land pooling scheme. “If anyone wants to continue cultivation in their lands they will be spared from the land pooling and later the government will declare those lands as Green Belt,” he declared and added that it was not fair to create obstructions for the development with selfish motives.
Consultancy firm McKinsey has gave a power point presentation on developing the Capital as a happy city. It suggested that the capital Amaravati can be made as happy city with a concept of economic development, social well being, community engagement, governance and sustainability.
McKinsey assumed that Amaravati will generate 15 lakh jobs and make 1.20 lakh crore GDP on par with metro cities by 2050. Chief Minister was briefed by McKinsey on interlinking nine cities of capital under happy circle.
Naidu said that the government would give top priority for entertainment in the newly built city. He said there should be several options for entertainment and sports. He suggested that every building to be constructed in Amaravati should have the facilities like own power generation and water re-usage systems.
Amaravati Development Corporation CMD Lakshmi Parthasaradhi made a power point presentation on the proposed new park at Sakhamuru in the capital region. She said the park which will be developed in an extent of 250 acres will become a major tourist attraction.
The proposed park will have adventurous sports, water sports, international standard gardens, music fountains, waterfalls, butterfly park, resorts, hotels, shopping centres, theatres and others.