Followed by the Governor’s approval, the three capital issue which turned into the focal point now in Andhra Pradesh took an interesting turn. The affidavit filed by the central government to the state high court over the issue turned crucial setting ripples in the political circles.
Clarifying the grounds of whether the issue is within the purview of the Center or the state, the Union Home Ministry has filed an affidavit on Thursday.
In the line of the affidavit filed the decision of the capital completely lies in the hands of respective state governments. The affidavit also stated that the bills do not fall under judicial review in the courts.
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.
Ordering the status quo, the court considered the Government Advocate General’s plea and gave ten days time to file its 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.