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    Chandrababu Naidu claims Amaravati was saved by divine intervention from Jagan’s anger, plans to release white paper

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    Amaravati, the state capital, was saved from destruction by Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu. He credited blessings from the Gods, water from various rivers, and soil from holy places across the country for protecting the city from Jagan Mohan Reddy.

    During his visit to structures neglected for five years by the previous government, Naidu addressed the media near the CRDA camp office in Rayapudi. He promised to release a white paper on the state capital’s status and the damage to structures under construction.

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    Naidu sought input from the public on the way forward for Amaravati. He emphasized completing buildings that could accommodate important state government staff first. Naidu criticized the previous government for creating chaos in the capital area and warned against theft of construction materials.

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    The Chief Minister pointed out the irony of farmers in Amaravati fighting for 1,631 days, matching the 11 seats won by Jagan’s party. Naidu announced plans to preserve the demolished ‘Praja Vedika’ convention hall as a monument.

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    He discussed decentralizing development efforts by distributing central institutions among various regions. Naidu expressed disappointment in Jagan’s approach to development, comparing it unfavorably to a plan proposed by Norman Foster consultancy of the UK.

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