BJP leaders took part in Sunday in the “mahapadyatra-Nyayasthanam to Devasthanam” organized by farmers in the Amaravati region of Andhra Pradesh against the three capitals formula proposed by the government of the Yuvajana Sramika Rythu (YSRCP) Congress Party . BJP Rajya Sabha MP YS Chowdhary said the event supported the agitation of Amaravati farmers that started from the High Court in Tirupati. (The yatra) aims to oppose the unconstitutional decision of the government of Andhra to have three capitals for Andhra Pradesh, he said.
“Basically, CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy took the decision to divide the capital into three regions. It is against the constitution. The case is before the High Court,” he added while calling Amaravati growth engine for Andhra Pradesh. He also alleged that the YSRCP government runs Andhra Pradesh as a princely state and ignores the just constitutional path. “The current government has ignored the farmers who have contributed their land to the land voting system under the Capital Region Development Authority and Capital Region Act (CRDA and CA). ‘State as a princely state. It will not be allowed to enter. A democratic country. “
In addition, BJP National Secretary General Dr Purandeswari, who participated in the march, said: “Amaravati should be the only capital of the state. We (BJP) are committed to it. The commitment was demonstrated by the Center by allocating funds to connect and develop Amaravati. . Andhra Pradesh BJP President Somu Veerraju also participated in the mahapadyatra and said he supported the agitation of Amaravati farmers with open arms.
Veerraju also informed that the state BJP party office and Union government institutions will be built in Amaravati where the land has already been allocated. Kanna Lakshmi Narayana, a member of the national executive of the BJP, while attending the yatra, recalled that the resolution was passed in favor of Amaravati when he was chairman of the BJP unit of the State to protect farmers’ rights and the accountability of the public treasury.
CM Ramesh, BJP MP Rajya Sabha, also condemned the approach of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy and said it is against the public interest and that the plan to move the capital is like a “Tuglak” idea where the state finances are in the doldrums. (ANI)
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