While Jagan government continued to stay at the High Court or Supreme Court steps with a roll of petitions, TDP joined the club while the apex court served notices to the main opposition on Tuesday. Based on the petition filed by YSRCP MLA Challa Ramakrishna Reddy over the land in which Mangalagiri TDP office was constructed.
In the line of the notices issued, the Supreme Court has given three weeks time to respond upon the petitioner’s allegations that the land allotment was made in violation of the pollution control norms under CRDA law. While Supreme Court lawyers Prasant Bhushan and Ramesh argued on behalf of the YSRCP MLA, further hearings are postponed to November.
Supreme Court issued notices to the AP Government and the CRDA on the TDP Central Office buildings at Mangalagiri as well. It can be noted that High Court in July dismissed the petition filed by Alla Ramakrishna Reddy against the allotment of 3.65 acres of land, after which he moved the Supreme Court over the same.