Amaravati should be left open for disputes on the capital issue. – CPI State Secretary K. Ramakrishna
The state has respected the Supreme Court’s instructions on the High Court’s judgment in the case of Amaravati as the capital of the state. CPI State Secretary K. Ramakrishna urged the government to stop the capital dispute.
K. Ramakrishna has issued a statement in this regard. Amaravati is the state government’s capital. For the time being, we want to keep the dispute open. The central government has raised concerns about Amaravati. The Supreme Court has made it clear to the state government that previous orders issued by the AP High Court must be followed.
The lawyers on behalf of the state government asked for a stay, but the Supreme Court refused to grant a stay. In terms of capital, Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy has already cheated twice. Previously, when Jaganmohan Reddy was the leader of the opposition, he was the chief minister who made Amaravati the Assembly capital.
When Chandrababu Naidu proposed it, Jaganmohan Reddy accepted without hesitation.
There was no mention of shifting the capital from Amaravati in the YCP election manifesto or election speeches for the next election. Furthermore, as the only self-made leader in Amaravati, Jaganmohan Reddy blew trumpets with the YCP leaders.
Former Attorney General Venugopal informed the Supreme Court on behalf of the state government that the High Court would remain in Amaravati. Based on this, it is also false to claim that the High Court will be established in Kurnool. For the third time, the people of the state have been duped.
Concentrate on the state’s development. The capital of Amaravati should be developed. Obtain funds for Polavaram’s construction. The central government’s position on guaranteeing the implementation of state bifurcation laws should be strengthened. It is wrong for Jagan Sarkar to incite regionalism and sow discord among the people.
Disputing the issue of Amaravati as the capital will disrupt the development of the state.
The matter should be understood by now. Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy has to show wisdom at least for now and the capital of Amaravati should be open to dispute.