The protest of Amaravati farmers has reached the eighth day and farmers from 29 villages are agitating against CM Jagan's comments in assembly each day in some way or the other. TDP, Jana Sena and BJP are joining the farmers' protest and are demanding the government to take back its proposals.
The protests are more about shifting the capital from Amaravati and thus losing the market for their lands, rather than the capital itself.
There is a fear of losing investment than the fear of losing the capital. Be it My Amaravati-My Brick, the Happy Nest, and the Amaravati Bonds, it was all manufactured by the TDP sympathizers and a handful of NRIs who invested to project Chandrababu Naidu as a successful leader and his project of Amaravati as a successful project. The fears of that manufactured investment are now visible clearly in Amaravati villages.
To counter-attack this whole issue, YSRCP leaders are claiming that oppositions are bringing in paid artists to the protest and just for a photograph in the newspapers, these artists are doing unnecessary ruckus. Taking their counter to the next level, a YSRCP leader said that the farmers' protest is just bogus and all of them are TDP supporters and activists.
YSRCP leaders' comments are creating panic among the common man and they are opining that the state government will definitely shift the capital without bothering about the farmers. At least until the government changes the capital, the YSRCP leaders should maintain silence and listen to farmers and their protest.
If the YSRCP leaders manage to solve the farmers' protests then they will get separated by the staged artists form the farmers. At least an assurance in the form of a press release is enough to reveal the bogus persons behind these protests.
Later they can take care of the real and complicatedly worried persons with the three-capital idea which may shatter the roots of the underwent corruption in the last 5 years as reported by the Government in the assembly earlier.