The High Court will publish a hearing on capital cases through August 23

A full bench of the Supreme Court of Andhra Pradesh, consisting of Chief Justice Arup Kumar Goswami, Judges Joymalya Bagchi and N. Jayasurya, postponed the planned hearing of a series of written petitions calling for AP decentralization and inclusive development of all regions, as well as the CRDA – Repeal Acts have been challenged. 2020 to August 23.

The court was supposed to hold a physical hearing of the cases but postponed them taking into account the difficulty some proponents had raised in attending the court in person due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The development of Amaravati, Visakhapatnam and Kurnool as the legislative, executive and judicial capital, which is the goal of the Law on the Decentralization and Inclusive Development of All Regions in Andhra Pradesh and the CRDA Repeal Law, is opposed by thousands of farmers who are separating had with their country under the pooling program and other stakeholders.

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