With rising agitation in Amaravati region over the ‘three-capital’ proposal, the capital region ministers called for an emergency meeting to address the issue. However, the ministers backed CM’s decision stating that the proposal would help in the decentralisation of administration. While the protests reached to the tenth day, capital region farmers intensified their agitations snubbing Section 144 imposed. Even the Oppositions TDP and BJP joined the protests condemning Jagan-led government’s proposal. On this note, it is to the known knowledge that a few of the farmers from Mangalagiri filed a missing complaint in the local police station stating that their MLA Alla Rama Krishna went missing right from the announcement of shifting capital.
Days after which the YSRCP MLA brushed off the missing complaint and took to the media saying that he was busy with his nephew’s marriage. But while the region is at doldrums and the farmers have been taking to roads with their kids and families, isn’t it the responsibility of a public representative to stand by them?
His statement has, however, brought him new troubles. A few of the political analysts opined that this stubborn attitude of the CM is snubbing the ministers into troubles who are answerable to the people of their respective constituencies. This is not the first time Jagan giving a shocker to RK. Sources stated that RK was promised with a ministry but was disappointed as his deserving win over Nara Lokesh went in vain.