Naidu Plans People-Friendly Capital
Amaravati: The new caital Amaravati is set to emerge as people-friendly capital as Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu directed the officials to design the administrative blocks to accommodate ministers and all departments in one block for the convenience of people.
Addressing a review meeting of CRDA officials at secretariat on Wednesday, the Chief Minister said road net work should be developed on international standards to connect all the places of the capital region. He said that the roads leading to secretariat should be developed to meet international standards and greenery should be developed on both sides of the roads. The Chief Minister reviewed the progress of seed access road and arterial roads. He said electronic display boards should be arranged.
He directed the officials to take possession of seven islands in Krishna river and prepare plans to develop them as international tourist centres. CRDA commissioner Ch Sridhar said another island with a radius of 250 acres was also identified in Krishna river. Amaravati development corporation limited CMD Lakshmi Parthasarathi said the final designs of iconic bridge on Krishna river will be ready by June 1 5. The Chief Minister said review meeting will be conducted in third week of every month over the progress of administrative capital.
Minister for Municipal Administration P Narayana, CRDA chief secretary Ajay Jain and others were present.