AP capital will shift from Amaravathi if TDP loses?

Does AP’s new capital will be shifted from Amaravathi, if TDP loses and YSRCP wins in upcoming AP Assembly polls?

Though even a school boy can say with complete authority that it is not possible to shift AP’s capital from Amaravathi to any other location at this stage, the TDP leaders are trying to create doubts and apprehensions among AP people with this false propaganda.

With Assembly polls nearing, the ruling TDP leaders have started an absurd campaign saying that capital city will be shifted from Amaravathi, with an aim to create panic among people in Krishna and Guntur districts.

TDP chief and AP CM N Chandrababu Naidu is learnt to have given his nod to his partymen in Krishna and Guntur districts to take up this campaign after it was brought to his notice that this is the only way they can check YSRCP which is on a full swing in both these districts.

In 2014 elections, both these elections played a crucial role in TDP coming to power.

TDP won 12 out of 15 Assembly seats in Guntur district and 11 out of 16 seats in Krishna district.

With Amaravathi capital city coming up in this region, people benefited a lot due to realty boom over the past five years.

However, the latest reports suggest that TDP had lost ground in both these districts and YSRCP has emerged stronger.

To counter this, TDP leaders have started a campaign that if YSRCP wins polls, Jagan will shift AP’s capital from Amaravathi to Prakasam or Ongole, which will lead to real estate crash in Krishna and Guntur districts and people will suffer huge losses.

It remains to be seen how people in both these districts will receive this campaign which makes no sense after Rs 2,000 crore was spent on construction of Secretariat, Assembly, High Court buildings etc in Amaravathi.


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