Amaravati to be developed as livable, happiest capital in the world, says Naidu


Amaravati, April 10:Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has said that Amaravati green field capital would be developed as most livable and happiest city in the world.
Delivering keynote address at `Happy Cities Summit: Amaravati 2018?, first of its kind in the country organized here on Tuesday, he said that after bifurcation of state, Andhra Pradesh was forced to develop a new capital for which farmers voluntarily came forward and offered
34,000 acres of land under land pooling.
Citing the examples of Finland and Singapore, most livable cities, the Chief Minister sought the cooperation of one and all to build the world class happiest capital. Top world class consultants were appointed to build the green field capital and Amaravati would be developed on the banks of Krishna river with more than 50 per cent green cover, he stated.
Also, solar energy would be tapped and electrical vehicles introduced in the city to prevent pollution. A 3,600 km cycle track and 80 per cent public transport would be introduced. "The need of the hour is to develop happy cities besides most livable cities," he said, adding that Happy Sunday programme was introduced in the state where people were coming on to the roads and enjoying by singing and dancing as it would help as a great stress buster.
Later the Indian Green Building Council presented Green field capital award to Chandrababu Naidu while Sadguru Jaggi Vasudev released Amaravati happy city master plan.
Minister for Municipal Administration P Narayana and others addressed the gathering. CRDA commissioner Ch Sreedhar gave a presentation on development of Amaravati capital as most livable and happy capital in the world.
Source: Vishwas News



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