High Court shocks AP government on Three Capital Row:- After Amaravati was named as the capital of the ruling TDP during the last regime, the current government had change of plans. YSRCP proposed three capital rule which was opposed badly all over. Several petitions are filed against the move of the government but YS Jagan and his team is keen to shift the capital to Vizag very soon. In a strong setback, the aP High Court today asked the government off Andhra Pradesh to follow the CRDA Act and ordered the government to develop Amaravati in six months as per the master plan. The Division Bench headed by Chief Justice Prashant Kumar Mishra announced the verdict after a bunch of petitions are verified.
The AP High Court also asked the government not to shift any office from Amaravati and wanted the officials to operate from the capital. The High Court also asked the government to pay Rs 50,000 for the each petitioner. The court wanted the government to inform about the updates on a regular basis about the capital construction. Several farmers in Amaravati who donated their lands to the capital challenged the AP government's decision in the High Court. They have been protesting in Amaravati but the government was not bothered. More than 100 petitions are filed and the AP government now received a huge shock from the High Court.
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