Amaravati: Amaravati petitions for hearing in AP High Court. AP High Court will hear all the Amaravati petitions today

AP is not a capital issue. If the leaders of the ruling party chant the mantra of three capitals, the people of the area say that Amaravate is the capital. After the Supreme Stay, all the Amaravati petitions will be heard once again in the AP High Court today.

The AP High Court will hear all the Amaravati petitions today. The AP government has challenged the single bench verdict to give a report on the issues of basic facilities and land allocation in Amaravati. Amaravati farmers filed an impleaded petition in this. The High Court has said that it will simultaneously hear the arguments on all the petitions based on the Amaravati issue. The High Court, which upheld the Single Bench order, incorporated seven points in the interim order. APCRDA has directed the State Government and CRDA to implement the provisions of 2,3 of Land Pooling Schedule 2015. Pooling land cannot be mortgaged to third party interests.

Mortgages can be given for capital construction and capital region development. According to section 58 of the CRDA Act, the court suggested that the process of setting up infrastructure such as roads, drinking water, drainage and electricity should be completed within a month from the date of the verdict. From the High Court to the Supreme Court, a series of cases and investigations are continuing on the capital of AP. In this order, there is excitement over today’s investigation.

But the political leaders continue their argument. Minister Dharmana Prasad Rao commented that if Visakhapatnam is not made the capital… we want a state. Rayalaseema leaders raised their voices in the wake of Dharmana’s comments.

Rayalaseema is accused of making it a separate state. After the stay given by the Supreme Court, there is a lot of excitement about the trial to be held in the High Court on the Amaravati petitions.

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