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For all the latest Delhi News,500 paramilitary personnel were also deployed to ensure that nothing untoward happen during the protest.” one of the coaches said on condition of anonymity. Finally, Naidu is now saddled with protests of environmentalists who approached the NGT,which directed in October 2015 that no construction activity should be taken up in the capital area without a proper Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) But the Naidu regime ignored this directive and has already built temporary Secretariat blocks on the site of the Capital Region Development Area (CRDA) The EIA prepared by the Mumbai based Tata Consulting Engineers is also being questioned by the NGT Terming this move of the AP government as contempt of the NGT order petitioners argued that the Tribunal had stayed all activity including levelling of land and the State Environmental Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA) clearance since it is not the competent authority to issue clearances for such a large project But the state is defiant Municipal Administration Minister P Narayana who is overseeing Amaravati project said “We got all clearances” On the stay issued by NGT he added “I need to study the matter I cannot make off-the-cuff remarks” In the second week of September the NGT again expressed doubts over the state’s plans to elevate the 10000-acre capital city to protect it from flooding “Will it beviable to elevate the capital city over such a large extent” asked NGT chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar The case is posted for government response and the next hearing is scheduled for 6 November On 11 October 2015 the Tribunal directed the AP government not to take up any construction work in the earmarked place for the new capital including levelling off the ground It also sought the details of wetlands in the proposed new capital that would be exposed to floods in the Kondaveeti Vaagu (a tributary of the river Krishna) and also the Krishna river which is known for regular flooding But Naidu went ahead with the laying of the foundation stone for Amaravati on 22 October 2015 – an event that was attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi At the time Naidu told media persons that the government would respond to the NGT notice and that he was confident of getting all clearances for the new capital soon The issue though is still pending before the NGT with no resolution in sight Early in 2016 the AP government faced another hurdle with the Forest Advisory Committee (FAC) of the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) who reportedly turned down the state’s proposal to use about 13000 hectares of forest land for construction of the capital project Adding to these is the AP government’s bidding process of Swiss Challenge which is also facing legal hurdles and has been set aside for now Early in September the NGT asked the AP government to immediately submit a report on the likely submergence of the areas in the proposed capital region The PIL petitioners had submitted a detailed report to the Tribunal along with videos and photographs as evidence on the cutting of trees in the region and the likely submergence of land in the CRDA Concurring with the petitioners’ argument that the capital region was already reeling with around 50 degrees centigrade heat waves during the summer and that temperatures would further go up if greenery is reduced the Tribunal asked the government to immediately put a halt to the ongoing work and submit a detailed report on the dry lands areas that will face submergence and the existing greenery levels in the capital region and posted the case to November for further hearing An expert committee set up by the Centre had earlier questioned the state government on issues like acquisition of fertile agricultural land high water table vulnerable soil type and the flood-prone nature of the region and had also indicated that the region was not suitable for high rise development and capital building Still seething over loss of Hyderabad as per the terms of the AP Reorganisation Act of 2014 Naidu wants to build a capital city transforming the rich riverine farmland with streets like in Singapore canals like in Venice and with the ambience of the ancient Telugu heritage of Amaravati His dreams hinge on attaining environmental clearances for the new capital city which if he does not get would scare away international investors from the state Even if the Union government is supportive of the Amaravati project it would likely be a huge embarrassment to the TDP with elections barely two years away Environmentalist and former Union Secretary EAS Sarma says that it was shocking that no survey was conducted in the capital city region for its bio-resources water bodies and the socio-economic barometers In his petition filed under Section 16 and Section 18 of theNGTAct 2010 he says that the project will cause “irreversible damage to the ecology and environment of the area” Sarma says that there were several lapses – the SEIAA had not considered the environmental impact on a 10 km radius of the project site If it had done so it would have noted the air pollution in Vijayawada just 3 km away Secondly there is no proper forest clearance as per MoEF notification of 2011 he adds The AP chief minister does not appear to be thinking too much about the environmental costs of his dream capital? due to our current policy we cant issue you visa’,Written by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Mumbai | Published: June 22 She asks them to go and badmouth Harak Singh’s family and tell them how they insult them every time they go to take Soumya.and held out the prospects of good money.do the data from HUNGaMA suggest an improvement over previous assessments?

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