Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu today laid the foundation stone of the state's temporary secretariat in state capital near Amaravati. Chandra Babu performed religious rituals to launch the construction of the 'Interim Government secretariat' on 45 acres at Velagapudi village, Guntur district. Of Total 45 acres, 27 acres have been earmarked for government buildings and the rest for public facilities. Three building blocks are proposed to be constructed for housing the offices of government departments, which are currently functioning from Hyderabad. Assembly Speaker Kodela Sivaprasad Rao and top officials attended the foundation stone laying ceremony. Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister said the complex was being constructed to ensure smooth governance from Vijayawada. Chief Minister described it as a new beginning and the first step in development new capital Amaravati and said farmers had come forward to offer 33,000 acres land under land pooling for construction of the capital.

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