AP Assembly Sessions Starts With A Heated Debate

The second day of the AP Winter sessions too started with heated debates just like the first day. It all started with TDP MLA Anagani Satyaprasad questioned about capital city Amaravati and asked the CM to give more clarity on this as there are still confusions on Amaravati.

In his speech, he mentioned the reports given by the green tribunal that there is no fear of drowning in Amaravati. State benefits are hampered if capital is stopped.

Replying to that question, Minister Botsa Satyanarayana said, the plots that belong to the farmers will be developed soon and the government is in the thought of developing the capital city.

He alleged that his comments on Amaravati were distorted and he meant to say that during the regime of TDP, not even a small development took place in Amaravati. TDP is responsible for the Centre to not identify Amaravati as the Capital in the capital map of India.

The statements of Botsa have left the farmers of the capital region in a state of happiness. If the same happens soon the farmers will get benefited.
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