Jagan faces a huge shock in the Supreme court!

Jagan has also come up with an idea to go further.
Written By Siddhu Manchikanti | Updated: March 18, 2020 15:49 IST
Jagan faces a huge shock in the Supreme court!

In Andhra Pradesh, there is an increasing dilemma over the election of local bodies. Whether the election deferred decision will continue or will the elections be held? And there are doubts in people that whether the court will dismiss Jagan's petition. Election Commissioner Nimmagadda Ramesh Kumar has decided to postpone the election of local bodies in AP. The elections are being postponed due to coronavirus. AP CM was deeply offended by this. He complained to the governor about the decision of the EC. The governor summoned him to the Rajbhavan and spoke. The matter was later filed in the Supreme Court. However, the Supreme Court gave a shock to Jagan stating that they can't intervene in this. Six weeks later, the state government will hold a meeting and announcing new dates. However, after announcing the new dates, the new plans should not be announced.

Public advocacy has been filed in the High Court. The High Court postponed the hearing to 19 of this month. On the other hand, CS Neelam Sahawney wrote a letter to the general secretary of the state election commission. Despite these developments, Jagan has also come up with an idea to go further. He had discussions with former election commissioner Ramakant Reddy. Ministers Peddireddy Ramachandra Reddy and Botsa Satyanarayana met with Ramakant Reddy and had several suggestions.
According to Ramakant Reddy, Ramesh Kumar does not have the power to postpone the state government elections. In fact, they are clear that they are sections of the Central Election Commission. They do not belong to the state election commission. Ramakant Reddy has made it clear that the election commissioner should be able to take the permission of the governor and explain it to the state government when making a decision in case of a crisis. Supreme court gave the judgment to hold the elections for the coming six weeks.