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Chandrababu Naidu Asserts Amaravati as Sole Capital: Key Developments Unveiled

Explore the latest developments as Chandrababu Naidu reaffirms Amaravati's status as Andhra Pradesh's capital, rejecting the notion of multiple capitals. Discover Naidu's strategic vision for state progress and the implications of his alliance with Pawan Kalyan.

Arkajyoti Majumder
  • Jun 11 2024 8:41PM

Tuesday, 11 June, 2024: In a resolute declaration just a day prior to his impending inauguration as Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Telugu Desam Party (TDP) stalwart N. Chandrababu Naidu has reinforced Amaravati's status as the undisputed capital of the state. Amidst a backdrop of political speculation and anticipation, Naidu has pledged unwavering support for Amaravati's role as the sole administrative hub, alongside a firm commitment to the completion of the Polavaram Project, signaling his dedication to the state's advancement.

In a press briefing that captured the attention of both political observers and citizens alike, Naidu outlined his strategic blueprint for propelling the state forward, underscoring the critical importance of Amaravati in its governance architecture. "Amaravati will remain our capital. We shall pursue a constructive political agenda, devoid of any retaliatory measures," he affirmed with conviction. Additionally, he articulated his vision for the development of Visakhapatnam as the foremost economic powerhouse, envisaging its evolution into a cutting-edge special city.

Rejecting any notion of multiple capitals, Naidu emphasized the stability and growth potential inherent within Amaravati. "We categorically reject the notion of establishing three capitals for our state," he declared adamantly, signaling a steadfast commitment to maintaining a unified administrative structure.

The proposition for multiple capitals had been previously mooted by the incumbent YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) government, advocating for decentralized development across Visakhapatnam, Amaravati, and Kurnool. However, Naidu's resounding victory in the recent elections has reignited discussions surrounding Amaravati's pivotal role, positioning him as a central figure in both regional and national politics.

The resurgence of Amaravati in the political discourse comes amidst a backdrop of legal and legislative challenges. Despite these impediments, Naidu has remained resolute in his resolve to revitalize Amaravati's development, echoing the collective aspirations for progress and prosperity in the region.

Further solidifying his stance, Naidu's alliance with Jana Sena Party chief Pawan Kalyan has garnered support from influential political quarters, including BJP state president D. Purandeswari.

As preparations for the incoming government gather momentum, Naidu, accompanied by Pawan Kalyan, made a symbolic visit to Raj Bhavan in Vijayawada, asserting their claim and setting the stage for a transformative era in Andhra Pradesh's governance.

Meanwhile, the early arrival of Union Home Minister Amit Shah underscores the significance of Naidu's impending swearing-in ceremony, marking a pivotal juncture in the state's political landscape. Shah's scheduled meeting with Naidu ahead of the inauguration underscores the strategic dialogues shaping the future trajectory of Andhra Pradesh under Naidu's stewardship.

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