Andhra Pradesh is brutally hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and already 304 positive cases have been reported in this Telugu District. Yesterday, a 40-year-old male from Kurnool died fighting with this deadly virus taking the number of deceased persons to 4. From yesterday night till morning another positive case has been reported in Guntur taking the COVID-19 positive cases number to 33.
Amid this critical situation, the Andhra Pradesh government gave a huge shock to Amaravati people. Disregarding the situation in the state and health emergency the Jagan’s government is moving the pending issues in Amaravati forward.
From today onwards a video conference will be held in the R5 zone in the capital region. The farmers who belong to the villages under this zone should let the officials know their concerns and submit their requests through a letter. The government has decided to hold this CRDA video conference between 11 am to 12 pm.
The villagers are very agitated with the decision of the government and they are demanding that the requests have to be taken after the lockdown restrictions get lifted.
When they asked the officials how can they submit their requests during this lockdown period they simply replied to them to write a letter and left from there. The farmers are in a very confused state with this behaviour from the government and let’s see how things turn out in the capital region.