The statement that Visakhapatnam will soon serve as the state capital by ysr congress party president and andhra pradesh chief minister Y S jagan Mohan reddy on tuesday in New delhi has generated a lot of discussion in the media. When speaking at the Global Investors' Summit curtain raiser meeting in New delhi, jagan said, "I invite you to our beautiful state for the andhra pradesh Global Investors Summit to be held on the 3rd & 4th of march in Visakhapatnam, which is going to be our capital in the days to come and I myself will be shifting to Visakhapatnam in the coming months."

His remark has sparked outrage in the political and media worlds. Given that the matter is currently being heard by the supreme court on tuesday alone, the opposition parties have begun publishing comments alleging that jagan has engaged in contempt of court. jagan cannot designate Visakhapatnam as the executive capital unless the supreme court issues a stay on the high court decision designating amaravati as the exclusive capital. Additionally, they claim that the new measure regarding the decentralised administration through three capitals has not yet been presented in the assembly.

"Saying something about where the capital city is or where it's going to be is contempt of court. He shouldn't have said that in public, according to one analyst. In a strict sense, nothing jagan stated in delhi was novel. His government is dedicated to making Visakhapatnam the executive capital, kurnool the judicial capital, and amaravati the legislative capital, he has often said in an open manner. Second, jagan omitted to specify when his administration would designate Visakhapatnam as the executive capital. He didn't provide a time limit; he simply said in the days to come.

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