Through his innovative projects like Mana Neeru Mana Matti and My Brick My Amaravati, AP CM Nara Chandrababu Naidu has succeeded in rousing a large number of Teluguites over the world to actively take part in the development of AP capital Amaravati.
Recently, inspired by Chandrababu’s driven arrangements for developing a world-class capital, an 80 year old woman named Muppavarapu Swarajyam from Thakkellapadu town in Guntur area gave Rs. 1 crore towards Amaravati development.
Muppavarapu Swarajyam met Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister in Vijayawada Camp Office and personally handed over the cheque of Rs. 1 Crore from her savings which she earned by cultivation for 40 years after the demise of her husband.
Swarajyam said that the she is inspired by the hard work of Chief Minister and she has got confidence that Amaravati would be world class capital and she is proud to be part of it.
“We have created history when we laid the foundation for our ‘Amaravati’, the Peoples Capital on 22nd October 2015. We aspire to make Amaravati a true people’s capital, a destination of opportunities and a city of the future. Amaravati beckons us to rededicate ourselves in this mission. I invite you to join me in building our Praja Rajadhani Amaravati, brick by brick” appeals CM Chandrababu naidu.
As of now, the My Brick My Amaravati campaign has received donations of over Rs. 5.4 crore.
Amaravati, the People’s capital of Andhra Pradesh, is envisioned to be a city of world-class standards with a vision of increasing Andhra Pradesh’s prominence in the world. The Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) is leaving no stone unturned to provide cutting-edge infrastructure, comfortable livelihood and immense prosperity for the People of Amaravati. The Land Pooling scheme adopted by Amaravati is the largest and the most successful of its kind in India, and is a manifestation of the people’s desire for a world-class capital. The A bricks initiative is, but a natural step in the direction of People participation in building a true people’s Capital Amaravati.