High Court Has One More Shock For Andhra Pradesh Government:- The Andhra Pradesh government has been in plans to shift the capital of the state from Amaravati to Vizag on August 15th marking the Independence day. But in a jolt, a number of petitions are filed in the Andhra Pradesh High Court. The Amaravati farmers who donated hundreds of acres for the capital have been protesting against the capital shifting. The petitions came for hearing in the Andhra Pradesh High Court today and the court asked the government to continue operating from Amaravati till August 27th after which the final call would be taken. Around 55 petitions are filed in the AP High Court about the three capital bill and the CRDA cancellation bill.
The committee that comprises of Justice Rakesh Kumar, Justice AV Sesha sai and Justice M Satyanarayana Murthy announced the news. The arguments against the government said that the three capitals are not needed for the state. The court asked to follow all the rules and regulations about governance from Amaravati till August 27th and the High Court will announce their verdict on the same date. The lawyer who was arguing on behalf of the government wanted the court to lift the ban on the issued order but the High Court rejected the proposal. Andhra Pradesh government received one more shock with the announcement. The status quo order will be applicable till August 27th and the High Court will announce the verdict soon.