Visakhapatnam, March 4, Sandipan Sarma: The Union government will soon name a master board to distinguish a suitable city to be capital of the successor state of Andhra Pradesh. Furthermore, two more councils — one to bifurcate all-India administrations officers and an alternate to separation other government staff around the two states — will additionally be delegated in no time.
Conversing with columnists here on Monday, Union priest Mr Jairam Ramesh, who is a part of the Group of Ministers that chipped away at the bifurcation of the state, said that all the three councils might be designated in a week as the Andhar Pradesh Reorganization Bill has been informed in the wake of getting the consent of the President of India.
“The master council to recognize a suitable city to be the capital of the successor state will be selected in a few days. The trustees will think about different urban communities like Kurnool, Tirupati, Nellore, Ongole, Vizag around others, and submit its suggestions to the Union government. The Union government in discussion with the state government will choose the capital,” Mr Ramesh said, emphasizing that the sentiment of the legislature of the successor state will be imperative.
Land and water accessibility, and connectivity might be the principle criteria when selecting the new capital. The Centre has additionally chosen to de-inform any backwoods land if needed. “Essentially we require enormous lumps of area like Naya Raipur where another capital could be fabricated,” he said.
Discussing the uncommon investment bundle for seven areas of Rayalaseema and north seaside Andhra that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh published in the Rajya Sabha, Mr Ramesh said that both the districts will get around Rs.