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Andhra Government Has No Right To Sell Amaravati Lands: Chandrababu Naidu

Andhra Government Has No Right To Sell Amaravati Lands: Chandrababu Naidu


Andhra Government Has No Right To Sell Amaravati Lands: Chandrababu Naidu

What proper does Jagan must promote lands in Amaravati? requested Chandrababu Naidu. (FILE)

Amaravati:

Telugu Desam chief N Chandrababu Naidu on Monday sought to know the way the Jagan Mohan Reddy authorities was looking for to promote lands in Amaravati when it has not laid a single brick within the final three years for the capital metropolis growth.

The Chief of Opposition additionally discovered fault with the AP Capital Area Growth Authority’s resolution to lease out the residential towers, constructed for presidency workers, to personal entities.

“What proper does Jagan must promote lands in Amaravati when he has not laid a single brick for the capital growth? How is the federal government anticipating to get Rs 10 crore an acre when the YSR Congress leaders termed Amaravati a ‘smasaanam’ (grave yard)?” Chandrababu Naidu questioned.

Addressing a gathering of the Telugu Desam technique committee, the previous Chief Minister asserted that the Jagan regime had no proper to dispose off lands given by farmers for constructing the capital metropolis.

He was additionally crucial of the CRDA resolution to lease out the residential towers in Amaravati, truly constructed for the state authorities workers.

“For 3 years the Jagan authorities left the towers deserted, after our authorities accomplished greater than 70 per cent of growth work. Furthermore, these flats are meant for presidency workers. How can the federal government lease them out to personal individuals?” Chandrababu Naidu requested.

It might be recalled that the CRDA determined to place up 248.30 acres of land for public sale in Amaravati to lift near Rs 2,500 crore for taking on growth works within the capital metropolis.

The public sale is anticipated to happen in July.

From subsequent yr on, it has drawn up plans to promote one other 600 acres in a phased method to lift extra funds.

Concurrently, it has additionally determined to lease out the D1 Tower, containing 120 flats, within the first lot to VIT-AP College to earn about Rs 8-10 crore every year.

One other 5 towers will even be supplied on lease to let the CRDA earn about Rs 50-60 crore as lease rental per yr.

In the meantime, farmers of Amaravati area, who parted with their land for the capital metropolis, staged a protest on the website, strongly opposing the auctioning of 248 acres. They mentioned the federal government couldn’t go forward with the plan with out creating Amaravati as ordered by the Excessive Courtroom.

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