High Court reserves verdict in Navayuga case on YSRCP govt

High Court reserves verdict in Navayuga case
High Court reserves verdict in Navayuga case

We had already reported that the current ruling YSRCP government has issued the halt orders to the Navayuga Engineering company. The government has further issued fresh orders inviting tenders on the same capital construction. Hence, Navayuga company reached the steps of the High Court to which their lawyers argued saying, it’s purely injustice on issuing sudden halt orders on on-going work which may lead to a mark of a bad reputation on the company. Where, the Navyuga lawyers said that the company has the contract till November 20, 2021, and it should be allowed in resuming the works of the project. Further Navayuga lawyers cited the reason as it is the responsibility of APGenco to allocate the land for power construction which has not happened at the right time for which the project got delayed.

Onto which lawyers that fight for the government argued saying there is no progress in the construction of the project and it is not a right deed to throw the blame on APGenco for their mistakes. The Justice D. V. S. S. Somayajulu who had heard both the arguments of the lawyers has reserved the judgment/verdict, reports said.