Karnataka to decentralize capital
This is the news , which is giving moral support to the chief minister of Andhrapradesh, who is planning to shift the capital to two more cities from Amaravathi. The neighbouring Karnataka has taken decision to decentralize the capital from Bangalore and to put some important offices in some other cities of the state. This is a bitter pill to the opposition parties of AP who are seriously opposing the decision taken by YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.
Karnataka Too To Opt For Capital Decentralisation Feb 21 2020
In what it could be a shock to the opposition parties in AP and a big relief to the ruling YSRCP, the Karnataka state also opted for the capital decentralization idea announced by AP CM Jagan. AP government has decided to out the high court at Kurnool and executive capital at Visakhapatnam.
The opposition TDP, Congress , left parties are seriously opposing and staging protests against Jagan mohan Reddy.
Now the BJP lead Karnataka government has passed a cabinet resolution to shift some offices from Bengaluru. The meeting chaired by the chief minister BS Yedurappa , the cabinet has passed the resolution.
When Jagan announced about the three capitals in the state assembly the decision did not go well with the opposition. Even farmers and the people of the Amaravati region has hit the roads against the government's rule to have three capitals. They are alleging that YSRCP government is intentionally damaging the brand value of Amaravati and obstructing the prosperity of the state. Let's watch how they would respond on the decision taken by Karnataka government on decentralization.