While the political circles and citizen took it an end for the chaos around the three capital issue with the Jagan-led government revoking the bills, Amaravati farmers on Monday announced that they would continue their Yatra to Tirupati. After giving rest to the yatra on Monday, the yatra began from Konda Bitragunta in Nellore district on Tuesday.
Amaravati Parirakshana Committee and Rajadhani Aikasa clarified that found fault with government’s clause that the bill will come back in a different form and that all the legal loopholes would be removed. They demanded that justice should be ensured to the farmers as per the Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) Act, 2014, he said.
Meanwhile, Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MLC P. Ashok Babu said that the hundreds of cases filed against the shifting of the capital would continue in court as long as the problems of the Amaravati farmers were not resolved. “The CM clearly indicated that his government was not going back on trifurcation of Capitals. There is no clear assurance to the farmers regarding their lands,” he added.