Municipal Administration & Urban Development Minister P. Narayana is on his official visit to New Delhi to straighten out things of proposed new capital for new state of Andhra Pradesh. Speaking to media, Narayana said that total 25,000 acres of land is required to build the new capital. He said that AP government is going to adopt a policy to gather lands for the capital. He said that lands of private owners would also be taken up by government as part of it.
However, Minister Narayana assured that “no one” will suffer loss with this novel policy of AP government. He said that a partial portion of gathered land will be developed and handed over to the actual owners whereas remaining is used for government purpose and compensation will be given to people who lost the lands. Mr Narayana said that the lands will be gathered to fulfill the purpose of state upto another 100 years.
Meanwhile, Sivarama Krishnan committe, constituted by Centre on the purpose of new Capital city, will be meeting AP CM Chandra Babu Naidu on Saturday. State government appointed committee too will be meeting Tomorrow on the same issue.