Jagan is in despair about the capital issue?

Proposing the three capitals for a state requires a lot of courage and background check but it seems the Jagan’s government haven’t done enough homework before letting the news out.
Written By Siddhu Manchikanti | Updated: December 29, 2019 22:22 IST
Jagan is in despair about the capital issue?

It has been hardly 7 months since Jagan Mohan Reddy grabbed the CM chair from the TDP Chief Chandrababu Naidu. In his initial days as Chief Minister, he took some bold but easy decisions which pleased his supporters as well as the majority of the people in the state. But now, it is the time to show his firm stand and confidence in his decision making. His three capital proposal is not a small deal.

 
Proposing the three capitals for a state requires a lot of courage and background check but it seems the Jagan’s government haven’t done enough homework before letting the news out. Jagan is quite sure that opposition will bring him down in this issue but the real question is - did he prepare himself to retaliate their questions?
 
Well, the latest cabinet meeting suggests that a high-end committee had induced to work on this capital issue which is set to submit their report anytime soon. If Jagan fails to get a confident approval or encouraging stuff from them, this is going to be an everlasting hurdle in his political career.
 
Chandrababu Naidu got accused of trying to create legal hurdles for shifting of capital from Amaravati to Visakha raised many doubts. Neither AP Cabinet approved the proposals of GN Rao Panel during the meeting on December 27th nor Jagan made any statement during Visakha Tour.
 
Whether if CM is in a dilemma after Amaravati Farmers Protest or Due to the stand taken by Opposition Parties? Possibility of the Centre's intervention and Legal Troubles might be the biggest concern.
 
Jagan was expected to inform about his vision for the development of Visakhapatanam in his Visakha tour but didn’t. So, it is quite obvious that the AP CM is now under tremendous pressure on this capital issue.




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