CM Jagan Drops Another Hint About Capital ShiftAndhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is in Eluru for the inauguration of Revamped Arogyasri Scheme. During his address, the Chief Minister once again reiterated his Government’s stance of the three capitals. “Our decisions will benefit all three regions. Only a few are benefited in the previous government but for us, all the three regions are equal,” he said.

“In the past, some unjust decisions were taken. We will correct them and ensure that people of all the regions are like brothers. We will use our power for the development of everyone,” the Chief Minister added. We can conclude that the Chief Minister dropped enough hints about the capital change.

Meanwhile, Praveen Prakash, the Principal Secretary of AP Chief Minister had visited Vishakapatnam the other day. Along with the district officials, he inspected the Government lands in Pendurthi fueling speculations that some Government Buildings will come up in the area.

That also brings us to the question that all these committees and reports are mere eyewash and the decision to change the capital is already taken. It is known to our readers that according to the Government, Vishakapatnam will be earmarked as the Executive Capital while Amaravati will remain as the Legislative Capital. Kurnool will be the Judicial Capital and High Court will be shifted there.