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"I'am Shifting to Vishakhapatnam" - Jagan Reddy Announces Vishakhapatnam as new capital.

Visakhapatnam will be the new capital of Andhra Pradesh, Boss Priest Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy declared on Tuesday (January 31).

Andhra Pradesh needs another capital since Hyderabad, capital of unified Andhra Pradesh, is presently with Telangana, and the two states have been sharing the capital for a brief time.

The choice on picking another capital has gone through a few exciting bends in the road throughout the long term, and a matter that was recorded for hearing in the High Court on January 31 was eventually not taken up.

This has happened up until this point.

Tending to financial backers at the Global Strategic Collusion Meet in New Delhi, the Central Priest Reddy said: "I'm here to welcome you to Visakhapatnam, which will be our capital in the days to come. I personally will be moving there in the months to come. I'm welcoming you to the Worldwide Financial backers Culmination we are coordinating on Walk 3 and 4 at Visakhapatnam."

This declaration is being viewed as Jagan's emphasis that he will proceed his arrangement for all-round improvement of Andhra Pradesh through decentralization — and will lay out three capitals for the express, each with an alternate reason.

Jagan has proposed to make Amaravati — which the past CM N Chandrababu Naidu had started to create as the state capital — the administrative capital, Visakhpatnam as the chief capital, and Kurnool as the legal capital of the state.

As of late, government Clergymen and heads of the Jagan's YSRCP have been giving explanations in open gatherings that decentralized advancement would proceed, and that the public authority would begin working from Visakhapatnam soon.

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