GVL Counters YV Subbareddy’s Views, Highlights Capital Development Concerns

Sonali Saha
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In response to YV Subbareddy’s statement on the joint capital of Hyderabad, BJP MP GVL Narasimha Rao has presented a counter-narrative, underscoring concerns about the lack of capital development in the past years. GVL expressed that during the ten years when Hyderabad served as the joint capital, it was underutilized, and in the subsequent five years, not a single capital was established. He questioned the feasibility of the proposed four capitals.

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GVL Narasimha Rao’s remarks highlight the ongoing debate surrounding the choice of a capital and its development. The MP criticized the perceived underutilization of Hyderabad as a joint capital, questioning the efficacy of the decision. He emphasized that, despite the initial arrangement, not a single capital was constructed in the subsequent five years, raising doubts about the effectiveness of such decisions.

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The comments from GVL bring attention to the challenges and shortcomings in capital development strategies over the years. The debate between political leaders regarding the number and distribution of capitals adds complexity to the broader discussions about administrative arrangements and regional development.

As the discourse around capital development continues, the exchange between GVL Narasimha Rao and YV Subbareddy adds layers to the ongoing conversations about governance, regional planning, and the need for effective utilization of resources. The coming days may witness further discussions and responses from various stakeholders as the state grapples with the complexities of capital decisions and their long-term impact.

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