On October 22, 2015, the new capital city of Andhra Pradesh in India, Amaravati, was officially founded. The city's foundation was laid by a group of dignitaries, including the Vice-President of India, the Japanese Minister for Economy, Trade, and Industry, the Singaporean Minister for Trade and Industry, and the former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, N. Chandrababu Naidu. Mr. N. Chandrababu Naidu has a grand vision for Amaravati, with plans to make it one of the happiest cities in the world, featuring top-notch infrastructure, livability standards, and a dynamic economic environment.

To achieve this, the government and farmers have agreed on a unique approach that involves returnable developed plots in Amaravati, built on trust and partnership, rather than a single financial transaction. The largest voluntary land pooling in history was launched with the donation of 33,920 acres from 27,956 farmers. The TDP government implemented the Land Pooling Scheme without any land agitation from the locals, and it is now widely regarded as a best practice worldwide.

The primary goal of Mr N. Chandrababu Naidu is to create Amaravati, one of the most sustainable and livable cities in India. Innovative elements such as navigation canals surrounding the city and connections to an island in the Krishna River are in the planning stages. The government estimates an investment of $2-4 billion US is required for the city's construction. The city is planned to feature 51% green area and 10% aquatic bodies. The master plan is being produced by two Singapore government-appointed consultants and is being styled after Singapore. To give the city a global feel, foreign architects and consultants will be hired.

With its innovative design and state-of-the-art infrastructure, Amaravati is expected to become a central hub for trade and commerce, as well as a major tourist destination. The city is poised to become a model for other cities in India and around the world. The government and citizens of Andhra Pradesh are working together to make this vision a reality, and the future looks bright for Amaravati. Now you can get all the info about Live TDP news and city news on the TDP official website.

In addition to Amaravati’s innovative design and top-notch infrastructure, the city will feature a variety of amenities and services to improve the quality of life for its residents. The city will have an advanced transportation system, including a metro rail network, bus rapid transit system, and bike-sharing program. The city will also have a variety of educational institutions, including universities and vocational training centres.

Healthcare facilities such as hospitals, clinics, and health centres will also be available in Amaravati. The city will have a range of recreational facilities, such as parks, playgrounds, and sports facilities. Additionally, the city will have a variety of cultural and entertainment venues, including museums, theatres, and concert halls. Look through the official website for more developments of TDP and achievements of TDP under Nara Chandrababu Naidu’s leadership.

Amaravati will be a sustainable city that is both environmentally friendly and economically viable. To achieve this goal, the city will have a variety of green initiatives, such as rainwater harvesting, solar power, and waste management. The city will also have a range of measures to conserve energy and reduce pollution. The government's contribution to the city's sustainable development is commendable, and it sets an example for other cities around the world to follow.