Three Capitals Row: AP Government Reaches Supreme Court:- The government of Andhra Pradesh has been strict on three capital rule implementation though the move was strongly opposed by the people of the state and the opposition parties. Though there was severe criticism, YS Jaganmohan Reddy is keen to implement his plan. The coronavirus pandemic delayed the plans and the YSRCP leaders, legislatures are now strongly talking about the implementation again in the recent weeks. The government of Andhra Pradesh now knocked the doors of the Supreme Court challenging the decision of the AP High Court that announced that Amaravati would be the capital of the state.
AP High Court earlier said that the state government cannot make the rules about the capitals. The court also asked the government to develop Amaravati as per the CRDA rules and deals that are inked in the past. AP government now challenged the same in the Supreme Court and filed a petition. The government said that the three capital rule will develop the state uniformly. The government asked Supreme Court to impose a stay on the High Court's orders immediately. YS Jagan is keen to move his governance to Vizag and head for elections in 2024.