VIJAYAWADA: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu announced to set up three commercial courts-one each at Amaravati, Visakhapatnam and Tirupati.
Participating in the inaugural session of the two-day international workshop on ‘Intellectual property, commercial and emerging laws’, jointly organised by Japan External Trade Organisation, Bezawada Bar Association and Economic Development Board on Friday, Naidu said the Justice City would be developed in 3,300 acres in Amaravati.
Expressing his commitment to develop Amaravati as one of the five best cities in the globe, he said that despite facing troubles due to bifurcation, AP emerged as the top State in many aspects.
“We are numero uno in terms of ease of doing business, attracting investments, energy efficiency and many more aspects and I am confident of the state progressing further,” he asserted. He gave a presentation on e-Pragati, real time governance, and cyber security.