The controversy over the former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu’s residence in the youngest capital Amaravathi is on the verge and now it seems to be reached to an end. The Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority (APCRDA) has issued a notice to the house owner Lingamaneni Ramesh on demolishing the construction.
Though the house is under the name of Lingamaneni Ramesh, it serves as the guest house for a stay to N Chandrababu. The CRDA said the bungalow was built on a whopping 1.38-acre site that resides at the Krishna riverbed “without any legal permission and in total violation of rules and regulations.”
APCRDA had also mentioned that earlier Ramesh has responded to the show-cause notice with a set of documents that declares the construction as legal. Later, the APCRDA has stated as the first-floor swimming pool and other constructions in the house all are illegal.
As per the notice of APCRDA, the owner of the building should demolish the house within seven days time span or else the authority will move to demolish it. Naidu leased this riverfront bungalow in June 2015 and later it was declared as the official residence of the Chandrababu.