Andhra HC directs govt not to proceed with demolishing YSRCP offices

"The power of demolition should not be resorted to unless the overwhelming public interest is involved," the court said.

BySouth First Desk

Published Jul 05, 2024 | 6:45 PMUpdatedJul 05, 2024 | 6:45 PM

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In a major relief to the YSRCP, the Andhra Pradesh High Court on Thursday, directed the state government to exercise its power to demolish the opposition party’s offices only if their construction is against public interest and cause public nuisance, among other reasons. The court issued these directions after hearing a bunch of petitions filed by YSRCP against government notices.

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