The Andhra Pradesh high court on Friday rejected the YSR Congress party government’s organization trying to move the workplaces of the Vigilance Commissioner and the Commissioner of Enquiries to Kurnool on the guise of authoritative accommodation.
A division seat, including Chief Justice GK Maheswari and Justice N Jayasurya, requested that the legislature suspend the GO on the ground that the it couldn’t do so when petitions restricting the moving of the capital from Amaravati are pending under the steady gaze of the court.
Despite the bearings of the Andhra Pradesh high court against moving of government workplaces from Amaravati till the cases pending in the court are discarded, the YSR Congress party government has unobtrusively started the activity.
On January 1, boss secretary Neelam Sawhney gave the GO coordinating moving of the workplace of the Vigilance Commissioner from Interim Government Complex, Secretariat at Velagapudi to Kurnool.
Alongside Vigilance Commissioner’s Office, the workplaces of Chairman of Commissionerate of Inquires and furthermore that of the Member(s) Commissioner of Inquires working at Velagapudi would likewise be moved to Kurnool.
The central secretary coordinated that the Engineer-in-Chief, (R&B) and the Collector and District Magistrate, Kurnool will make vital strides for recognizing appropriate structures at Kurnool to move the above workplaces right away.
The high court was following up on a clump of petitions documented by a rancher Kondepati Giridhar from Talayapalem in Guntur region and Tirupati Rao, secretary of the Amaravati Parirakshana Samiti.
The high court didn’t concur with the contentions of Advocate General S Sriram contended that moving the workplaces is an arrangement choice and that there was insufficient space for these workplaces and thus the choice to move them to Kurnool.
Be that as it may, the seat was not persuaded and addressed for what reason couldn’t perpetual workplaces be developed in the land accessible locally.
Presently one marvels whether the most recent high court request throws a shadow on the Jagan government’s arrangement to move the regulatory cash-flow to Visakhapatnam.
There is each likelihood that the court may slow down the moving of Secretariat to Visakhapatnam refering to similar grounds, as the petitions against capital move are pending in the court.
Also, the three capitals’ bills have not been passed by the state assembly, as they hit the detour in the state authoritative gathering.
The legislature can’t move further except if the gathering is canceled by the Center and crisp bills on the capital move are passed in the get together, state sources.
It is not yet clear what Jagan would do now.