Repeal of the three capital bills by the AP assembly is only a stopgap measure says YS Jagan

VIJAYAWADA: According to YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, the AP government has not abandoned the idea of three capitals. He stated that the state administration will draught a new statute on three capitals, taking into account legal and other problems.

Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy stated in the Assembly that the bill repealing three capital acts is only to help the government come up with a proper revised bill. Meanwhile, the repeal bill was passed by the Assembly.

The government of Andhra Pradesh had previously told the High Court that it was withdrawing three capital bills.

Peddireddy Ramachandra Reddy answers to the withdrawal of three capital bills by stating that the situation is still ongoing.

Peddireddy Ramachandra Reddy, Andhra Pradesh Minister reacted to the Three Capitals Bill’s cancellation. According to him, the scenario could be related to legal concerns. He said he was not present at the cabinet meeting, and no further facts are available. “We will abide by whatever decision the government makes,” the minister said, adding that the situation was not yet resolved. According to Minister Peddireddy, the capital movement is carried out by paid artists.

Minister Kodali Nani, meanwhile, responded to the same issue by claiming that some had gone to court and caused roadblocks. He stated that the Amaravati matter was considered in the AP Cabinet and the cabinet decision would be presented in the legislature.

AP government is known to have made a significant decision on the three capitals problem. The three capitals bill has been withdrawn, according to the Advocate General’s statement to the Andhra Pradesh High Court. He believes that the assembly will unveil all of the specifics of the three capitals. The Attorney General informed the court that Chief Minister YS Jagan would make an official announcement in the assembly shortly.

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