As Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu is firm on relocating the administration from Hyderabad to new capital region of Andhra Pradesh before January 1, 2016, the State government began construction of sheds and makeshift structures to house temporary ‘seat of power’.
Last year, it was decided to construct a makeshift administrative township near Amaravati colony near Mangalagiri and expression of interest was also invited from the companies. But, unwilling employees put paid to the plan and governmet shelved it. Now, the State government once again started acquiring lands in the capital region for the construction of ad hoc administrative township.
State government on Tuesday asked Arihant Indo African Infra Developers and Builders Pvt Ltd to surrender its 22.72 acres of land in the Nowluru Village, Mangalagiri mandal, of Guntur district for construction makeshift secretariat. The government issued a GO in this regard.
The government also began the preparation of the list employees, who are ready to relocate to the new capital at short notice. Chief Secretary IYR Krishna Rao on Tuesday distributed a pro forma to the HoDs seeking the details of the staff, willing to move to the new capital. Each employee has to give information about their present post, department, how many children they have, class they are studying and whether they are Hyderabad in the pro forma.
Based on this information, government wants to take up local issue with the centre for a possible amendment to the presidential order that government the zonal system in two Telugu states.