The Andhra Pradesh authorities has knowledgeable the Excessive Court docket that it had revoked the 9 GOs issued to withdraw instances filed on the YCP MLAs and MPs in 2020 and 2021.
The counsel of the state dwelling division, Maheshwar Reddy, sought time for submission of the memo concerning the GO issued revoking the 9 GOs, to the courtroom.
Earlier, the Excessive Court docket had taken suo motu cognisance of the federal government withdrawing instances in opposition to a number of YCP MLAs and MPs. A PIL was additionally filed in opposition to withdrawal of instances in opposition to Jaggayyapeta MLA Samineni Udayabhanu.
The courtroom additionally took suo motu cognisance of the GOs issued to withdraw instances in opposition to MLAs Meka Apparao, Rakshana Nidhi and Chittoor MLA J. Srinivasulu. The Excessive Court docket bench took exception to the federal government withdrawing instances in opposition to the elected representatives with out the courtroom’s consent, and in violation of the Supreme Court docket pointers.
GOs have been issued to withdraw instances in opposition to Chilakaluripet MLA Vidadala Rajini, Rajampet MP PV Midhun Reddy, Vijayawada Central MLA Malladi Vishnu, Jaggayyapet MLA Samineni Udayabhanu, Allagadda MLA Gangula Bijendra Reddy, Rajanagaram MLA Jakkampudi Raja, Nuzvid MLA MV Pratap Apparao, former MP Y.V. Subba Reddy and YCP Virupakshi Jayachandra Reddy.
When the counsel instructed the courtroom that they’d comply with the SC directives whereas withdrawing the instances, the bench noticed that the difficulty was between the petitioner and the elected representatives and never between the courtroom and the elected representatives.
The courtroom made it clear that it could solely look whether or not due procedures have been adopted whereas withdrawing the instances. Nevertheless, the bench noticed that it was the courts involved that ought to concern orders on withdrawal of instances.
The bench directed the federal government to submit the GO revoking the 9 GOs within the type a memo and adjourned the listening to to October 13.
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