Amaravati capital is a blend of ancient historical glory and modern infrastructure:CM
Author: Desk July 9, 2018
Amaravati capital would be developed protecting it’s ancient glory and providing modern infrastructure, said Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu. Stating that Amaravati has a special status in the history of the country, the Chief Minister said the Amaravati capital should reflect the wishes and hopes of 5 cr people. The Chief Minister also stressed on affordable housing with modern amenities in capital city.
Addressing plenary session of World Cities summit in Singapore on the second day today, the Chief Minister said priority would be given to protect water and environment while developing the capital city with modern technology. He said using internet of things the ground water, water sources, climate and air quality would be analysed to provide better living conditions in the city.
The Chief Minister said steps have been taken for proper use of urban and rural garbage and encouraging people to switch over to natural farming to prevent usage of dangerous pesticides. Earlier the Chief Minister have a glance at Singapore city solutions exhibition and directed the officials to study the housing pattern adopted by Singapore to provide affordable housing with modern amenities in Amaravati.
Stating that Amaravti is a major point of investments due to its blue green nature, 30 km water front, social infrastructure and trained manpower, the chief Minister said to ensure sustainable ecology “we are increasing green cover and promoting Zero based natural farming in a big way’’. He said Amaravati is going to emerge as a major economic hub and appealed to world giants to look at AP for investments.