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Chief Secretaries of both Telangana and AP, SK Joshi and Anil C Punetha respectively, held a meeting at the Buddha Purnima Project Building on Thursday to discuss the matter.
After getting farewell from advocates at Hyderabad High Court, Justice C Praveen Kumar, who was appointed as Chief Justice of AP high court.
The high court at Hyderabad which has been the common high court for the states of AP and Telangana for decades, ended on Monday.
The new Andhra Pradesh High Court would formally start functioning from the state capital of Amaravati while the Telangana High Court would function from the existing premises here.
Sitting judges of the Hyderabad High Court, Justices Raghvendra Singh Chauhan and V Ramasubramanian, who are from other High Courts, will continue to work in Telangana.
The AP advocates have decided to convene a meeting on Friday afternoon in the association hall situated in High Court premises to decide their future course of action.
The Centre on Wednesday notified the constitution of a separate high court for the Andhra Pradesh effective from Jan 1, 2019, with the principal seat of such high court at Amaravati.
The bench was passing this order recently while considering the PIL filed by V Prasada Rao, social activist, challenging the memo issued by special chief secretary to school education on September 4.
The petitioner MLA urged the court to direct the film producer for removal of the song even on YouTube and other platforms.
Further, the judge questioned the authorities as to whether they have prepared merit list under the sports quota for the said posts.
The decision taken by the legislature secretary and council chairman was contrary to the Supreme Court judgment in Rajindra Singh Rana vs Swami Prasad Mourya case, he noted.
Petitioners’ counsels contended that there would no validity if the court takes into cognizance for hearing without prior permission from the government.
No prior nod needed for prosecuting officials in Jagan case, Enforcement Directorate tells Hyderabad High Court
As the Prevention of Money Laundering Act was special, there is no need of prior permission to prosecute the government officials in the said case, it noted.
Agarala Eswara Reddy complained that the authorities were showing utter disregard to the orders passed by the Supreme Court and various High Courts on the issue.
The bench then directed both the governments to come to an opinion in accordance with the guidelines specified under Section 6 of the Act.