Jagan Sarkar has decided that it is not possible to implement the High Court verdict. After repealing the Three Capitals Act, the High Court has no power to interfere in this matter. It mentioned that it is not possible to implement the orders of the High Court to develop Amaravati within six months. He said the High Court had no right to interfere with the repeal of the Three Capitals Act. The government has explained that the decision of the three capitals is for decentralization of development. The central government has clarified that it is not constitutional for the High Court to hold a hearing on this issue after the repeal of the Three Capitals Act. According to the constitution, the legislative, administrative and judicial systems should function within their respective limits.
After the state government withdrew the law.. after saying that they will think about that law again.. without knowing what the next law will be like… is it right to judge in the petition? While in the Partition Act, the decision of the capital of Andhra Pradesh was based on the recommendations of a committee, it was stated that the capital was decided without reference to the committee. He asked if the High Court has the authority to say that they want to keep that which is confirmed as the capital.
That the state assembly has made a law with all rights.. It is a law made by the center as a delegate, the notification given under that law cannot be withdrawn.. This is a key point in the federal structure. Mentioned how to deal with the opposite. He said, “Is it correct to say that a law is unconstitutional without knowing the outline of that law and without knowing the nature of the law? It is separation of powers.” There should be checks and balances.. It has been completely ignored.