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YSRCP demands AP govt to make public the capital city funding

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Hyderabad | Thursday, Sep 14 2017 IST
 
YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) today demanded the Andhra Pradesh government to make public the allocation of funds in the annual budget for building the capital city and the details of amountreceived from the Centre for the purpose.

Addressing a press conference here, party spokesperson K Parthasarathi alleged that Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has been cheating people in the name of new capital city and foundation stone was laid for it on seven occasions and designs were changed at his whims and fancies spending money lavishly on unproductive means.

The foundation stone was laid by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on one occasion, Union Minister Arun Jaitley on another, Singapore leaders on one occasion and Chandrababu Naidu family had done it once and again the state says that foundation stone will be laid on Dasara again, he said.

Each time the foundation stone function is held money has been spent lavishly and the extravaganza has no proper justification,' he said.

During the division of the State, it was assured that the Centre would give all financial assistance for building the government infrastructure like Secretariat, Assembly and Council buildings, High Court and other such buildings, the YSRCP leader reminded.

We demand that the government announce how much money it has got from Centre so far and what is the amount earmarked in the budget for constructing the capital city for which foundation stone is scheduled to be laid on Dasara, Mr Parthasarathi said.UNI KNR CS1710

-- (UNI) -- C-1-1-DL0275-1054190.Xml

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