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Andhra High Court Against Capital Shift?

The Andhra Pradesh state high court is still hearing nearly 100 petitions pertaining to Amaravati, repeal of AP capital regional development authority (APCRDA) and the proposed formation of three capitals by the Jagan Mohan Reddy government.

The state government is also putting up strong arguments in support of its decision and even the Union home ministry has made it clear that the decision to locate or relocate capital city is completely state government’s prerogative and the Centre has nothing do with it.

The Centre has also submitted an affidavit in the court stating that there is nothing in the AP Reorganisation Act that prevents the formation of three capital cities for Andhra Pradesh. The court is yet to complete the arguments in this regard.

However, it appears the high court judges have already come to the conclusion that the proposed shifting of administrative capital from Amaravati to Visakhapatnam is not the correct decision.

In fact, the high court judge even commented that on Friday that the shifting of executive capital from Amaravati to Visakhapatnam was a mindless decision of the state government.

The high court bench made these comments while hearing a petition filed by the Telugu Desam Party on the stoppage of party president and former chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu’s road show in Visakhapatnam a few months ago.

The government counsel took strong exception to the words used by the petitioner stating that the action of the police to stop Naidu’s road show was a mindless act. 

Reacting to the counsel’s objection, the high court bench asked whether the state government’s plan of shifting the capital from Amaravati, where thousands of crores had already been spent, to Visakhapatnam was not a mindless act.

What is more, the high court bench also observed that the politics was being criminalized and there was need to curb it.

“We have the responsibility to safeguard systems from people with criminal background,” the bench said.

Since the high court has described the shifting of capital as a mindless act, one can easily predict the outcome of the cases, when it delivers judgement after the completion of the hearings.

 

@Ryzen_renoir Please throw your comments

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Adhey kadha , at some point there has to be some compromise  . If a city is to thrive as a commercial center , it must have wide acceptance of people . Chandigarh would not be developed if either

Edo okka roju both jaggad & cbn ni lopala esi thengalli vaaa. Rendu parties ki second leader ledu... daridram vadulthadi

Assaley ee jagga chinna chinna vishayallo kooda ego ki poyi m kuduputhunnadu. ippudu hc block chesthey vaadi amaravathi lo buildings constructions ki rupee kooda allocate cheyyakunda migitha term

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We have the responsibility to safegaurd systems from people with criminal backgrounds...

siggu undali ee maata anadaniki judges ki. Istam vachinattu stay orders bails ichi ee criminals ki chance isthundey ee courts.

 

on a side note.. hc center opinion multiple times adigindi. And center made it clear. Capital complete ga state govt decision ani.  Inka prob enti?

 

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9 minutes ago, em_chicha said:
 
 
Andhra High Court Against Capital Shift?

The Andhra Pradesh state high court is still hearing nearly 100 petitions pertaining to Amaravati, repeal of AP capital regional development authority (APCRDA) and the proposed formation of three capitals by the Jagan Mohan Reddy government.

The state government is also putting up strong arguments in support of its decision and even the Union home ministry has made it clear that the decision to locate or relocate capital city is completely state government’s prerogative and the Centre has nothing do with it.

The Centre has also submitted an affidavit in the court stating that there is nothing in the AP Reorganisation Act that prevents the formation of three capital cities for Andhra Pradesh. The court is yet to complete the arguments in this regard.

However, it appears the high court judges have already come to the conclusion that the proposed shifting of administrative capital from Amaravati to Visakhapatnam is not the correct decision.

In fact, the high court judge even commented that on Friday that the shifting of executive capital from Amaravati to Visakhapatnam was a mindless decision of the state government.

The high court bench made these comments while hearing a petition filed by the Telugu Desam Party on the stoppage of party president and former chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu’s road show in Visakhapatnam a few months ago.

The government counsel took strong exception to the words used by the petitioner stating that the action of the police to stop Naidu’s road show was a mindless act. 

Reacting to the counsel’s objection, the high court bench asked whether the state government’s plan of shifting the capital from Amaravati, where thousands of crores had already been spent, to Visakhapatnam was not a mindless act.

What is more, the high court bench also observed that the politics was being criminalized and there was need to curb it.

“We have the responsibility to safeguard systems from people with criminal background,” the bench said.

Since the high court has described the shifting of capital as a mindless act, one can easily predict the outcome of the cases, when it delivers judgement after the completion of the hearings.

 

@Ryzen_renoir Please throw your comments

Correct ey kadha , shifting anavasaram 

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Assaley ee jagga chinna chinna vishayallo kooda ego ki poyi m kuduputhunnadu.

ippudu hc block chesthey vaadi amaravathi lo buildings constructions ki rupee kooda allocate cheyyakunda migitha term antha untey court em chesthadi? Capital time frame lo katti theerali ani judgement ivvagaladha?

Okka sametha undi. Court lo case odipoyinodu court lo edusthadu. Gelichinodu intiki velli edusthadu ani. Ee case perfect example

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4 minutes ago, Vaampire said:

We have the responsibility to safegaurd systems from people with criminal backgrounds...

siggu undali ee maata anadaniki judges ki. Istam vachinattu stay orders bails ichi ee criminals ki chance isthundey ee courts.

 

on a side note.. hc center opinion multiple times adigindi. And center made it clear. Capital complete ga state govt decision ani.  Inka prob enti?

 

ego problems bhayya

vela vela kotlu invest chesaru kada TDP binami's, next elections kosam aa money vadukudam ani anukunnaru 

jagan vachi correct vachi kotte sariki gila gila kottukuntunaru

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2 minutes ago, kidney said:

Fud Court chef lu binami lands baga mingaru kadha.. andhukae kodukulaki digest avvatlae including [email protected]

Stay order on investigation, Gag oeder to not expose FC chefs cheekati bhagotham are for this reason

 

picha lafoot galu le bhayya

veelu malli nyayani pari rakshistaru anta

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1 minute ago, em_chicha said:

ego problems bhayya

vela vela kotlu invest chesaru kada TDP binami's, next elections kosam aa money vadukudam ani anukunnaru 

jagan vachi correct vachi kotte sariki gila gila kottukuntunaru

Choosthuntey ee courts pani gattukoni jagga ni 24 lo gelipinchela unnaru. Vaadu happy gaa em peekakunda courts ni blame chesthu time pass chesela unnadu

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High court 100% will rule CRDA repeal and 3 capitals is in violation of farmers agreement  , even Jagan knows this .

Andhukey modi venaka bend ayyi maree thiruguthunadu . 

Amaravathi will be decided in 2024 elections  , appatiki lot of judges, officers from TDP will retire . I don't think the big people backing amaravathi  can sustain after another loss .

Modi backing lekunda Jagan ilanti thingara chestalu  cheyadu  ani anukuntunna 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Vaampire said:

Assaley ee jagga chinna chinna vishayallo kooda ego ki poyi m kuduputhunnadu.

ippudu hc block chesthey vaadi amaravathi lo buildings constructions ki rupee kooda allocate cheyyakunda migitha term antha untey court em chesthadi? Capital time frame lo katti theerali ani judgement ivvagaladha?

Okka sametha undi. Court lo case odipoyinodu court lo edusthadu. Gelichinodu intiki velli edusthadu ani. Ee case perfect example

CRDA agreement has no safeguards for the landlord's in regards to the extent of expenditure or time limit  . So Yes , state government can keep on giving annual stipend until they develop plots and handover .

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2 minutes ago, Vaampire said:

Assaley ee jagga chinna chinna vishayallo kooda ego ki poyi m kuduputhunnadu.

ippudu hc block chesthey vaadi amaravathi lo buildings constructions ki rupee kooda allocate cheyyakunda migitha term antha untey court em chesthadi? Capital time frame lo katti theerali ani judgement ivvagaladha?

Okka sametha undi. Court lo case odipoyinodu court lo edusthadu. Gelichinodu intiki velli edusthadu ani. Ee case perfect example

APHC ee bill strike chesthadi 

possibilities SC will give stay order on this bill

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7 minutes ago, Vaampire said:

Choosthuntey ee courts pani gattukoni jagga ni 24 lo gelipinchela unnaru. Vaadu happy gaa em peekakunda courts ni blame chesthu time pass chesela unnadu

Anthe ga

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