In the 2.28 Lakh Budget tabled by YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s Government the other day, sparce allocation to Amaravati Capital City has become a Point of Discussion. Government allocated a mere 500 Crore for the Infrastructure Development in the Capital City, 65 Crore for Capital Region Social Security Fund and another 50 Crore for Amaravati Capital City Development Project.
In total, 615 Crore is allocated to Amaravati while around 30000 Crore worth Projects are in progress in the Capital. This indicates Jagan Mohan Reddy’s Priorities about the Capital. In comparison, Jagan’s Constituency, Pulivendula gets a better deal in the budget.
100 Crore is allocated for Pulivendula Area Development Agency. Pulivendula has got better just because it is Jagan’s Constituency. This meagre allocations for Amaravati will mean that the land Prices will come down crashing in the coming days. Also the dreams of the people about a grandiose Capital are more or less crashed.
This is very much expected as Jagan Mohan Reddy did not commit anything about Amaravati in the party manifesto. Also all the projects in Amaravati were brought to a standstill as soon as Jagan assumed the office. The future of the farmers who contributed 33000 acres for Amaravati is in jeopardy now.Don't MissAll Set For Unleashing Sarileru Neekevvaru ManiaSarileru Neekevvaru starring Superstar Mahesh Babu is hitting the screens for Sankranthi 2020. It is...Don't MissTrailer Talk: No Confusions, Straight To The PointThe long-delayed Nikhil starrer Arjun Suravam is finally set to hit the screens. A new...Don't MissTrailer Talk: An Epic Historical Surgical StrikePost the phenomenal success of the Baahubali movies, more prominent film industries across India are...Don't Missవైఎస్సార్ కాంగ్రెస్ ఎమ్మెల్యే ఆఫీసులోనే చోరీచంద్రబాబు అధికారంలో ఉండగా అనేక కేసులతో అప్పటి ప్రభుత్వానికి ఇరుకున పెట్టే ప్రయత్నం చేసేవారు మంగళగిరి ఎమ్మెల్యే ఆళ్ల రామకృష్ణా...Don't Miss14-Year-Old Case of Lakshmi Parvathi on Chandrababu Is Now RevivedACB court in Hyderabad agreed to revive a 14-year-old case on the alleged disproportionate assets...