A day after inaugurating the interim government complex at Velagapudi village in the state's new capital region Amaravati, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu symbolically held two meetings in his chambers in the fourth block today.

 

The campus has been named as 'AP Government Transitional Headquarters'.

 

One of the blocks will be for the state legislature and its next session will be held in the new capital only. Since no auspicious date is available in the next few months, Naidu formally inaugurated the complex early yesterday morning.

 

As a sentiment, he went to Velagapudi for the second day today and held a meeting with representatives of Indo-UK Institute of Health on the proposed health care facility to be set up in Amaravati.            

 

Naidu later conducted a meeting with officials from the Japan International Cooperation Agency for expediting the lending process for the Amaravati Metro Rail project to be taken up in Vijayawada city.