Andhra Pradesh authorities withdraws plea in SC in opposition to HC order on Amaravati land case

The Andhra Pradesh authorities Thursday withdrew from the Supreme Court its plea difficult the excessive court docket order which had stayed the SIT probe into alleged irregularities within the land offers in Amaravati throughout the earlier TDP Regime.

The state authorities advised a bench of Justices Vineet Saran and Dinesh Maheshwari that it’ll approach the excessive court docket.

The state authorities had advised the highest court docket on March 5 that it was agreeable to a court docket monitored CBI probe into alleged irregularities in land transactions throughout shifting of the state capital to Amaravati.

It urged the court docket to raise the keep granted by the excessive court docket on the probe by the Special Investigating Team (SIT) into the alleged rip-off and permit the investigation to go on within the case.

The Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy authorities had constituted the 10-member SIT, headed by a Deputy Inspector General of Police – rank IPS officer, to conduct a complete investigation into varied alleged irregularities, notably the land offers within the Amaravati Capital Region, throughout the earlier Chandrababu Naidu regime.

The prime court docket was listening to an attraction filed by Andhra Pradesh authorities by means of advocate Mahfooz Ahsan Nazki in opposition to final 12 months’s September 15 order of the excessive court docket.

On November 25 final 12 months, the highest court docket had stayed the excessive court docket path restraining the media from publishing information concerning an FIR lodged on alleged irregularities in land transactions throughout shifting of the state capital to Amaravati.

It had nevertheless refused to remain the opposite instructions of the excessive court docket together with the keep on probe into the FIR within the matter.

The prime court docket had not issued discover to Reddy on the attraction because the excessive court docket had not issued discover to him and had sought responses from others together with the Director General of Police of Andhra Pradesh.

It had mentioned that court docket can be not issuing discover to former Advocate General Dammalapati Srinivas, on whose plea the excessive court docket had handed the order, as he has appeared earlier than it on caveat.

The report of a Cabinet Sub-Committee on the procedural, authorized and monetary irregularities and fraudulent transactions involved with varied initiatives, together with the problems associated to land within the CRDA area will type the premise for the SIT probe, the Andhra Pradesh authorities had mentioned.

Andhra Pradesh authorities had earlier argued the excessive court docket couldn’t have mentioned that no investigation ought to happen within the case and mustn’t have given instructions that no coercive motion be taken and no gag order may have been handed.

It had contended that the writ petition earlier than the excessive court docket is “political” and in opposition to the chief minister and is predicated on dependable sources.

The apex court docket had on July 19 dismissed six appeals filed by the Andhra Pradesh authorities difficult the excessive court docket order quashing FIRs in opposition to non-public patrons of plots at Amravati who had been accused of dishonest the sellers by not disclosing the truth that the state capital was to be established there.


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