Andhra Pradesh Withdraws Controversial 3-Capital Bill

The state government has withdrawn the controversial three-capital bill from the public domain. The bill was passed by the state cabinet and Governor Biswa Bhusan Harichandan. It had been the prime target of opposition parties in the state and had raised many concerns. It had been supported by the Boston Consulting Group, which submitted a report to the government in support of the idea. The government had constituted a high-power committee to discuss the proposal.

The YSR Congress-led government opted for three capital cities rather than one. It had earlier scrapped Chandrababu Naidu’s grand plan for Amaravati after facing opposition. The YSR-Congress-led government claimed that its intention was to develop all regions of the state equally. But the opposition was so strong that the state government decided to withdraw the bill. The YSR-Congress-ruled government had argued that the bill distorted the original intent of decentralization. However, it recalled the 2020 Act in order to safeguard the larger interests of the people.

The bill had proposed the creation of three state capitals: Kurnool, Visakhaptnam, and Amravati. Despite the opposition, the bill had been introduced by the Andhra Pradesh government after a meeting with Union Home Minister Amit Shah in June. The YSR Congress-led government had sought special category status for AP, but was forced to withdraw the bill.

The AP state cabinet held an emergency meeting in late November to decide whether to implement the bill again. In order to make the new law more clear, the government will consult with all stakeholders and present a suitable legislation for the three-capital model. The next step in the process will be the formation of the three-capital structure. This will ensure that the state retains its unity while maintaining its regional autonomy.

The Andhra Pradesh judicial assembly has withdrawn the controversial 3-Capital Bill, which was passed by the state legislature in December. The three-capital bill had paved the way for the creation of a judicial capital in Visakhapatnam, but thousands of farmers and local officials were opposed to it. The AP reorganisation act, 2014, was passed by the state legislature in December.

The judicial capital in Amaravati will remain the state’s legislative capital. The judicial capital in Amaravati will be the judicial capital. Amaravati will remain the legislative and executive capital. The three-capital bill was originally introduced by the YSRCP government in 2014. The YSRCP government has notified two acts in July 2021.

The YSRC government had proposed three capitals in the state. The legislative capital would be in Amaravati, while the judicial and executive capital would be in Visakhapatnam. The decision was taken in the interests of the people, who have long been opposed to the plan. But the AP government stands by its decision. In fact, the three-capital bill was the subject of much controversy.

The state’s decision to withdraw the controversial 3-Capital Bill was a major victory for the YSRCP government. It has successfully eliminated the legal obstacles to the project, but a number of obstacles remain. The first was misinformation about the bill, and the state’s three-capital plan was never implemented. The YSRCP government has said that the new laws passed by the legislature will not change the current governance of the state.

Despite the YSRCP’s decision to withdraw the legislation, the protests against the three-capital bill had gained momentum. Hundreds of thousands of farmers had given up land in Amaravati for the three-capital plan. Moreover, the YSRCP government wanted to distribute the administration of the state across different cities in the state. It argued that the idea of a different capital would encourage the development of the north coastal districts.

After losing the Assembly election, the YSR Congress backed the bill to make Amaravati its capital. But the bill was withdrawn and a new proposal was introduced. Andhra Pradesh’s legislators have not yet made a decision regarding the future of Amaravati. The YSR-Congress won the elections in Andhra Pradesh, and Jaganmohan Reddy’s YSR-Congress has formed a new government in the state.

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