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    Chief Secretary Neerabh Kumar announces Amaravati development will restart from Uddandarayuni Palem

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    AP Chief Secretary Neerabh Kumar has announced plans to develop Amaravati quickly. He recently visited the capital region with officials from the Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA).

    During his visit, Kumar stated that work in Amaravati will begin soon. He mentioned that discussions with the finance department are underway to settle the two-year lease money owed to Amaravati farmers. Forest clearance efforts have also been accelerated.

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    The forest clearance process involved 94 JCBs, and additional work will continue after Nara Chandrababu Naidu’s swearing-in ceremony as Chief Minister on June 12. The initial focus will be on the Uddandarayuni Palem area.

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    Under the new TDP alliance government, construction activities in Amaravati have resumed. CRDA officials are currently clearing the thick vegetation that had grown unchecked during the previous administration.

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    Efforts to clear the jungle in Amaravati are progressing with the help of heavy machinery. Poclains and JCBs have been deployed to remove obstacles and restore the area to its planned state.

    Signs of progress are visible on the roads as development work resumes in Amaravati. The removal of trees and shrubs that had overgrown due to previous delays is now underway.

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    CRDA is focusing on clearing barbed wire fencing along key roads and around important structures in Amaravati. Work to address water accumulation and other issues caused by the halted construction is also ongoing.

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    Efforts to clean up various areas within Amaravati, including the experience center and foundation stone location, are being supervised by CRDA Commissioner Vivek Yadav. The recent push to resume development work started last Friday and is expected to continue for several more days.

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