Vijayawada, Nov 3 : Roads in Amaravathi, the capital of Andhra Pradesh will be completely get ready by the end of 2017. And the estimation cost for the completion is 3,600 crore.
Cheif Minister Chandrababu Naidu said in a review meeting not to compromise on maintaining quality of roads and there should be no water logging on roads.
He also said that development should be decentralised and should not be restricted to one specific area. Commissioner of Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) Sreedhar well informed to Naidu that they are holding meetings with the Star hotel managers and with school, college representatives also.
The CRDA Commissioner informed, "A total of 39 hotels like Taj, ITC, Novotel have come forward and we are holding a meeting with hospital groups on Nov 11."
The C.M. also asked to construct a world-class stadium to conduct National Games by 2018.