Breaking: CM Jagan Reddy to announce govt's stand on capital in coming assembly sessions
People of Andhra Pradesh are awaiting for the decision of CM Jagan Mohan Reddy on capital city and Amaravati. It is known fact that farmers in capital are in doubt whether the 29 villages in the capital remain as panchayats?
The AP government has said it will complete the elections of all local bodies by March next year. The state election commission, meanwhile, plans to hold panchayat elections in January. CM Jagan Mohan Reddy is likely to make a key announcement in the next Assembly session on the future of the capital villages.
After YS Jagan became CM, there was some stagnation on the capital. However, the latest announcement made at the CMDA CREDA meeting at the CRDA has raised hopes among the farmers that Jagan's decision to go ahead.
There is also a vary in the value of land for Municipalities and Panchayats.Other taxes are also required. However, the government is also responsible for providing adequate facilities to the municipality.