A crucial moment has taken place in the politics of Andhra Pradesh. Supreme Court’s judgment on Amaravati and Viveka’s murder case has become a hot topic in AP politics. Many political leaders and ministers reacted to the verdict given by the Supreme Court. Minister Roja Ghatu said that even after the Supreme Court’s interim order on the poisoning of the capital Amaravati, obstructed yatras should be stopped. Former Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu expressed anger that the fort built by Benamis in the name of Amaravati will be destroyed. She said that CM Jagan is taking decisions according to the needs of the people. These are not his own decisions. Roja said Pawan Kalyan is telling him what to do if YCP wins 175 to 175 seats. They said that people are holding their heads after seeing both Chandrababu and Pawan. Minister Roja Josyam said that TDP will not win a single seat in the next election.
YS. Vivekananda Reddy murder case trial transferred to Hyderabad. The Supreme Court bench gave a crucial verdict on the petition filed by Viveka's daughter Sunitha to transfer the case to another state. An FIR has been registered and the CBI has ordered an investigation into the allegations of evidence destruction. In this order, Home Minister Taneti Vanitha responded to this verdict. YS. She said that Viveka's murder took place during the TDP regime. The Telugu Desam government failed in the investigation. The minister made interesting comments that he is not threatening anyone in the Jagan government.. The opposition and those who do not have the status of opposition are trying to create agitation in the state.
On the other hand, the government advisor Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy said that there is an interim order of the Supreme Court to reduce their stand in the matter of capital. He said that the government has taken a decision on the issue of capital and the Supreme Court has given some guidelines. He said that justice will surely be done to the farmers. The issue of capital is not an agreement between private individuals. He said that decentralization measures are being taken with the three capitals. He said that YS Viveka is the younger brother of Chief Minister Jagan and there is no politics involved in this case. Sajjala made it clear that there are no fears and no secrets if the inquiry is held in Telangana.
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