Move to shift Andhra Pradesh High Court to temporary location faces objections galoreJanuary 16 2018
A proposed move by the Andhra Pradesh government to expedite the setting up of a High Court at a temporary location in or around the state’s de facto capital Amravati by June this year, has not gone down too well with stakeholders.
The Andhra Pradesh government had written to Acting Chief Justice of the High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad Ramesh Ranganathan, asking him to constitute a committee to assess the suitability of a few buildings near Amravati to temporarily house what . . .
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