Centre Is No Mood To Intervene In Three Capital Row

The much talked about Amaravati row took another interesting turn with the Central Home Department filing a Counter affidavit in the Andhra Pradesh High Court on the capital row.

The Central Home Department filed an affidavit on the issue of whether the decision of having capital for the state falls under Central purview or the State purview.

Reportedly, the Central Home Department made it clear that it has nothing to do with the capital decision and maintained that Amaravati was notified by the previous state government and the three capitals decision was also taken by the current state government.

This latest development gave a sigh of hope for the Andhra Pradesh government led by Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy and cleared all the airs that centre will intervene in the capital row.

With this, Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan will face the wrath as before joining hands with the BJP, Pawan said he joined with BJP on to stop the Amaravati and they even spoke about this earlier.
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