Andhra Pradesh government would appoint another committee to study the report of the expert’s committee and wait for the international consultancy firm report, Cabinet sources said.
The AP cabinet on Friday changes the decision on relocating the state capital. The cabinet discussed the recommendations of the expert committee, it did not make a decision as it wanted to wait for the report of an international consulting firm, which is expected to submit the report on January 3, they said.
“We will also take the views of the farmers, who gave up fertile agricultural land for the development of Amaravati and listen to their grievances before taking a final call on the capital issue, Then the cabinet will meet again and make a decision. Nani told a media briefing after the cabinet meeting.
Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy had indicated on December 17 that Andhra Pradesh could have three capitals as a real concept. The existing capital Amaravati which is only in the basic stages of development could become the “Legislative Capital”, the port city Visakhapatnam the “Executive Capital” and Kurnool the “Judiciary Capital”, he had said.