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Amaravati land scam: Supreme Court to hear Andhra Pradesh Government appeal against High Court order on July 22, 2021

Lawstreet Journal 15 Jul 2021 11:57pm

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The Supreme Court on Tuesday (July 13,2021), adjourned the hearing in a petition filed by the Andhra Pradesh Government challenging the High Court order staying a probe into the case registered against a former Advocate General and others for alleged irregularities in the Amaravati land distribution during the erstwhile TDP (The Telugu Desam Party) regime of N. Chandrababu Naidu.

The division bench of Justice Vineet Saran and Justice Dinesh Maheshwari adjourned the hearing to July 22, 2021.

Courtroom Exchange

At today's (July 14,2021) hearing, Dhavan argued that the procedure was not carried out and the only request of the Andhra Pradesh government was to return the matter to the High Court and continue the investigation there.

Dhavan stated, "I have gone through the entire case law on this. And the Supreme Court has never stopped an investigation before. This petition is a vengeance petition of a lost election. It talks of despotic rule, nasty Gestapo. How much has this fallen? This is simply unacceptable."

In this regard, the court pointed out that if lawyers agree, they tend to review the matter. They consulted Salve on this matter.

Salve informed the court that the matter had been heard by the Supreme Court for more than a year and was a case of " regime revenge."

On the other hand, Dhavan stated that he could not go to the Supreme Court to hear the matter, and his instruction was that the High Court should know the matter in detail.

Dhavan also stated… Continue Reading...


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