Puthra Jaya, a brand new township in Malaysia near Kaula Lumpur is the role model for the new capital emerging in Andhra Pradesh.
A expert delegation from Malaysia is meeting the AP CM Chadrababu Naidu today to make a presentation on the road map of their construction of PuthraJaya over two years and at a cost of Rs.1.2 lakh crores.
The Shivaramakrishna committee on state capital is also likely to submit its report to the AP CM today at Lakeview guest house and suggest five options across the 1000 km coast line. Some suggestions for a second capital in Rayalaseema also are being suggested.
The Municipal administration minister P Narayana says govt will acquire about 30,000 acres and such land was available within the outer ring road of 184 kms proposed between Vijayawada and Guntur. It plans to build the capital eithe near Vinukonda or Nuzividu’, said the minister incidating that a final decision would be made within few days.