Chandrababu's Lavish Spending Deepens Financial Crisis In AP

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu's decision in the construction of new capital city in Amaravathi and his regular foreign tours landed state in deep financial crisis.  The CM launched ambitious scheme to construct a world class capital city. In the last two years,  only two temporary buildings were constructed  by spending a whooping Rs 900 crore.  

The new temporary buildings - Secretariat and Assembly were poor in the facilities. Leakage of water during heavy rains and  lacks of adequate infrastructure including toilets  were forced the ministers to postpone the occupation of their chambers.  The employees were shifted to Amaravati in a hurry from Hyderabad but no accommodation was provided to them for the alst one year.

He also bought a hitech bus at the cost of Rs 5 crore and spent Rs 2 lakh per day for his family accommodation during his stay in Vijayawada .  The official residence constructed on the banks of river Krishna was also against the environmental act.  

On the pretext of inviting foreign investments in Andhra , Chandrababu embarked on Europe tours. He conducted 17 foreign visits but the outcome was nill. The CM also spent Rs 6 crore on his Davos visit and attended world economic forum summit.  Chandrababu's was also delaying the construction of new capital in the name of designs.he left in the lurch the  farmers who gave away their lands for  the capital city
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