Andhra Pradesh: AP 3 Capitals - Executive capital in Visakhapatnam, judicial capital in Kurnool and Legislative capital in Amaravati. A new chapter in the development of the state and the development of decentralization. Amaravati as the legislative capital, Visakhapatnam as the administrative capital and Kurnool as the legal capital. The 67-year-old aspiration of the people of the state was fulfilled. YS Jaganmohan Reddy's government has embarked on a new history by providing equal representation to all three parts of the state in terms of governance and development.
All areas are equal to me. I have a good connection with the same Krishna district. gave our niece to the same district. We have been associated with Vijayawada Raj and Yuvraj theaters for over four decades.
In the legislative capital ..
The legislative capital of the AMRDA consists of the Legislative Council and the Legislative Council in Amravati.
In the administrative capital ..
The administrative capital of Visakhapatnam consists of the offices of Raj Bhavan, Secretariat and Government Departments.
In the judicial capital ..
The High Court Headquarters will be set up in Kurnool. State law firms are located in Kurnool.
Amaravathi: The State Cabinet has taken a key decision on decentralization of governance and development so that it can pave the way for comprehensive and integrated development in all parts of the state. As part of this, the Cabinet has approved a draft bill aimed at establishing Regional Planning Development Boards, along with the creation of three administrative capitals in different parts of the state. Amravati, also known as the Amravati Metropolitan Development Area, is the Legislative Capital of Visakhapatnam.
Ministers and officials attending a Cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy
Similarly, the Draft Amendment of the Amravati Metropolitan Region Development Authority (AMRDA) was also approved by the Government to abolish the Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority (APCRDA). A cabinet meeting was held at the Secretariat on Monday morning chaired by Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy. In addition to the Shivaramakrishnan Committee and the recent report by the JN Rao Committee and the Boston Consultancy Group, the High Power Committee has submitted its report to the government on governance and development decentralization. The report was discussed at the Cabinet meeting and approved.
Amaravathi Farmer Wages Wages
The Cabinet has approved a hike in the lease period for farmers and landowners in Amaravati capital for an additional five years. The draft bill aims to abolish the APCRDA law and replace it with the AMRDA. The government has decided to increase the monthly pension of the farmer's wages from Rs 2,500 to Rs 5,000 as well as the last ten years. If the previous government decided to give the lease to the farmers for ten years, it has now been given another five years.
Establishment of 11,159 farmer reassurance centers
- The Cabinet has decided to set up 11,159 Farmer Guarantee Centers at a cost of Rs.199.44 crores at the Village Secretariat to provide all necessary assistance to farmers in agriculture as well as to provide quality fertilizer and seeds and technology. These farmer reassurances are to be in full operation by April.
- Cabinet has decided to grant posts to Pulivendula Development Authority.
The contents of the report of the High Power Committee ..
- All three regions of the divided Andhra Pradesh state have different social, economic, cultural and developmental standards.
- Regional inequalities and lack of equality have led to unrest in the state. There is a strong sense of equality between different sections of the state.
- Decentralization of development and governance needs to be taken care of so that people in different areas can experience the social, economic and progressive fruits equally.
- Respecting the aspirations of all parts of the state .. There is a need to balance historical commitments and regional aspirations.
- It is not advisable to use all the resources for a small area of 217 sq. Km in view of limited financial resources and liquidity. This is of no interest to backward areas. This is not the case with the theory of decentralization along with development.