Amaravati to remain the capital until the pass of the decentralization bill


After MP Vijayasai Reddy making a statement on Tuesday, the 22nd of April that nobody could stop Visakhapatnam from becoming the Executive Capital of Andhra Pradesh on Friday Andhra Pradesh Government gave a commitment to the High Court that they will not take any steps of shifting the capital of Andhra Pradesh from Amaravati to Visakhapatnam until and unless the state legislature passes the bill of decentralization of administration and repeal of AP capital development authority Act.

The High Court bench that comprises of chief justice JK Maheshwari and judges AV Seshasai and M Satyanarayana Murthy asked the Advocate General SubrahmanyamSriram, who was arguing on behalf of the state government to record his statement or submit and affidavit with 10 days to the court.

The affidavit should state that the state government shall not shift the capital from Amaravati till the Bills were passed.

By : Sailaja Rayavarapu

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