AP Capital Issue: Another Twist In The Capital Amaravati Case Trial In The Supreme Court, Transferred To Another Bench; CJI Left The Trial: Another twist took place in the hearing on the petition filed by the Andhra Pradesh government in the Supreme Court challenging the AP High Court verdict to develop Amaravati as the sole capital of Andhra Pradesh. In this case on Tuesday…
Another twist took place in the hearing on the petition filed by the Andhra Pradesh government in the Supreme Court challenging the AP High Court verdict to develop Amaravati as the sole capital of Andhra Pradesh. It is expected that the case will be heard on Tuesday. In fact, the case was to be heard before a three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice UU Lalit. However, the Supreme Court of India has decided to transfer the trial of the case to another bench. Supreme Court Chief Justice Justice UU Lalit has decided to withdraw from the trial of the case. It was suggested to investigate before a different bench. Justice Lalit requested to allow the trial as soon as possible. This case will be heard before a different bench. This may take a few days. Earlier, the High Court had ruled that Amaravati should be developed as the sole capital of Andhra Pradesh. Challenging this verdict, the AP government filed a special leave petition in the Supreme Court. The petition was initially decided to be heard before a three-judge bench headed by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Justice YU Lalit. Recently Justice Lalit withdrew from the hearing of this case and it will be heard before a different bench.
The Argument Of AP Govt
The AP government wants a stay on the High Court verdict. The state government is making strong arguments that decentralization is their policy and that the decision of corner capitals has been taken for the development of all regions. The government is arguing that the High Court is ignoring the committee’s reports. The state government has been saying that there is a possibility of increasing regional disparity with the centralization of funds in one place and that the state government has all the authority over the capital and the partition law. A change of capital is inevitable in view of wider interests. The government says that there have been irregularities in the land acquisition of the capital, that Rs.1,09,000 crores are required for the construction of the capital in Amaravati, while the cost of decentralization of the capital is only Rs.2000 crores. It is said that there were no violations in the development agreements with the farmers.
The Argument of Amaravati Farmers
Amaravati farmers are objecting to the government’s claim. Farmers want Amaravati to continue as the state capital. It is alleged that YCP is creating a wedge between the regions. Farmers of Amaravati have alleged that the issue of three capitals was brought up to create differences. Farmers say that the Andhra Pradesh government’s partisan action against Amaravati is inappropriate and should refrain from blocking the padayatra and attacking it. Farmers are demanding that there should be one state and one capital. Farmers are saying that the YCP government is not implementing the High Court verdict and the government’s attitude will dry up among the people. In view of the disagreement between the AP government and the farmers of Amaravati, we have to wait for the verdict of the Supreme Court in this case.
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