Amaravati movement will die a natural death
The factious movement by the farmers of Amaravati will die a natural death soon, if the indications from the capital villages are to be believed. The end had begun on Sunday with not many of the farmers joining the protest.
A shocking development took place in the capital on Saturday, which is being discussed in small groups in the capital villages. A few farmers have met Minister Kodali Srivenkateswara Rao (Nani) on Saturday and gave the minister a chance to tell them what chief minister Jaganmohan Reddy is planning for Amaravati. Later, they met Minister Bocha Satyanarayana and had prolonged discussions.
The both the Ministers have reportedly explained in detail what Jaganmohan Reddy was planning for the farmers and for Amaravati. They have reportedly given the blue print of Jaganmohan Reddy’s plans and also where Chandrababu Naidu failed in the last five years in case of Amaravati.
Surprisingly, those farmers who met the Ministers and their families did not appear in the protest held today. They did not even join when Chandrababu Naidu started a motor rally from the TDP office at Mangalagiri to Narasaraopet on Sunday. When the police stopped Naidu and his party activists, there were not many farmers to support them. It was only the students and youth of the TDP who were present with Naidu and not the farmers.