Andhra Pradesh High Court issuing a status quo order in favour of the Amaravati farmer has come as a major jolt for Jagan-led state government. Despite the recent humiliation faced at the Apex Court regarding the APSEC issue, the AP government has been sending signals that it would approach the Supreme Court yet again.
If the recent statements made by YSRCP Minister Perni Nani are believed to be true, Andhra Pradesh government has been setting grounds to challenge High Court’s decision at the apex court.
Lambasting the main opposition for creating political ruckus making Amaravati farmers as scapegoats, the minister discursively cleared that the government would Supreme Court if necessary.
It is to the known knowledge that issuing a stay on Decentralisation of development and CRDA repeal bill till August 14, AP High Court instructed the government to file a reply counter.
Amidst which the central government declaring its stand of the issue came as a warning signal that the Modi and team have nothing to do with the burning issue in Andhra Pradesh right now.