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2019-08-29T09:38:41.709Z29-08-2019 2019-08-29T09:38:36.461Z - - 10-04-2020
Calling out TDP for spreading 'unnecessary rumours' on the shifting of AP capital, YSRCP legislator and spokesperson Ambati Rambabu said that the TDP was spreading false rumours for its petty political gains and that the government has got no such plans.
“The AP government has no plans to shift the state capital out of Amaravati but works will only after a probe into the scams that occurred during the reign of the previous government," said Rambabu claiming that any such step will be taken only after a due process.
“Can we shift the state capital just because work was started by Chandrababu Naidu? We will set right the things and take action wherever there are allegations of corruption and irregularities. If we had any plans to shift the capital why would our CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy have built his house in Amaravati?” questioned Rambabu.
Taking a dig at the former CM of Andhra Pradesh, Ambati said that Naidu lacked sincerity in building the state capital and that it was pretty evident from the fact that the TDP chief did not even build a house in Amaravati.
"We have complete confidence that the state capital will be Amaravati and that is why we have our house here. Naidu is not building a house here and is staying in someone else’s house,” he said asking media to not give importance to any such rumours.
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