Andhra Pradesh AP New Capital at Vijayawada Region: according to the Sivaramakrishnan Committee report on the capital city of Andhra Pradesh, which was submitted to the Union home ministry on August 27, has tabled before the state Legislative Assembly on Thursday i.e. on 4th September 2014 on the same day chief minister of Andhra Pradesh sri. N.Chandrababu Naidu has announced that the state’s new capital is around Vijayawada region, as it the best option chief minister of Andhra Pradesh sri. N.Chandrababu Naidu has taken this decision, as compared to the other major cities Vijayawada which on the bank of river Krishna and its surrounding areas has huge resources to construct capital city such as vast barrel land, huge supply of water, central point for education institutions etc. and new capital of andhra pradesh latest news and andhra pradesh capital after telangana.
TDP Government has to take final decided to locate the capital city in a central place of the state, and it has decided to develop 3 mega cities and 14 smart cities to boost development in the new born Andhra Pradesh state. Nearly 50 per cent of the demonstrations received by the committee favored Vijayawada-Guntur region is the best place but according to the official statement but the final decision was taken after a complete study of prevailing conditions, prospective and economic growth strategies of each district. As Andhra Pradesh is reorganized under Act 2014, which came into force on March 1, 2014, providing for the reorganization of the existing state of Andhra Pradesh. With this admirable decision surely Andhra Pradesh is going to be one of the most desirable states in the map of India.
According to the official information from government, the state government of AP is going to decentralize the power and equally distributed to every district so that justice will come to every district and every city.
Mean while on Wednesday, Assembly has witnessed the discussion between ruling TD and opposition YSR Congress members traded charges on the issue of the capital city leading to suspension of the House for the day. But MrJagan Mohan Reddy reminded that in July 1953, the Assembly had discussed the capital city subject for five days when the former Andhra state was carved out but that was not happened on this time but the government has to take finial decision.