The wait for the bifurcation of Joint High Court of Andhra and Telangana has ended as the Apex Court has delivered a sweet piece of news for AP people. The bench with a couple of Judges lead by its Chief Justice declared that the separate High Court has been sanctioned to the residual state of Andhra Pradesh today.
However, it expected that the Centre would make it official by first of next year’s January. The Supreme Court of India stated that the High Court will work in the temporary buildings in the working capital Vijayawada until a new building is constructed in its permanent capital Amaravati. At first, the Centre tried its best to delay this grant by voicing out that the joint High Court can be in Hyderabad for 10 years and there is still plenty of time for sanctioning the separate one for the AP.
The Bench of the Apex Court after hearing the Centre’s plea didn’t take a U-turn and stood with its decision. At the same time, the AP Government tried its best to have the HC in Amaravati and it even claimed a temporary building in the new capital itself. The Bench got convinced with the Judges and Infrastructure stated by the State Government and hence it granted the bifurcation.