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*AP High Court Orders YCP to Explain Office Demolitions in 2 Months*  

AP High Court Orders YCP to Explain Office Demolitions in 2 Months


The Andhra Pradesh High Court has issued interim orders regarding the petitions filed on the demolition of YSR Congress Party (YCP) offices. The court has instructed YCP to submit details of the permissions related to the construction of YCP offices across the state within two months. Additionally, the court has directed authorities not to rush into any actions and to consider the explanations given by YCP. The status quo on the demolition of YCP offices will continue for now.

The court emphasized the importance of strictly adhering to legal regulations in the demolition of the offices. Some YCP leaders filed petitions in the High Court claiming that their party offices were being demolished. The court, after hearing the petitions on June 26, imposed a status quo. The coalition government has accused YCP of constructing these offices arbitrarily without proper permissions. Last month, the demolition of a YCP office under construction in Tadepalli became a widely discussed topic. Subsequently, it was revealed that YCP had built offices in all districts. Some of these offices were completed, while others were still under construction. The government stated that hundreds of crores of rupees had been spent on these constructions.

Nara Lokesh criticized Jagan Reddy for his insatiable thirst for power. He provided detailed information on the locations of YCP offices constructed in various districts. Lokesh accused Jagan of spending public money on constructing district palaces while the state was in debt. He condemned Jagan for not having the heart to build houses for the poor but constructing district offices for his selfish interests.

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