Amar Raja Group belonging to the family of TDP MP Galla Jayadev has got a relief in Andhra Pradesh High Court where the court has issued interim orders of stay, suspending the implementation of GO given by the government which involved withdrawal of the land allotted to Amar Raja Infra Pvt Ltd by the government. Amar Raja Infra Pvt Ltd's filed a petition against the GO and it was heard in the High Court on Monday.
In Chittoor, the then government had allotted 483 acres to Amar Raja Infra Pvt Ltd to Amar Raja Infratech for setting up a Digital World City Industrial Park in Chittoor of which the Jagan Mohan Reddy government took back 253 acres of land through a GO leading Amar Raja Company to move the High Court, recently. The government in GO said it was taking back 253 acres due to lack of job creation and company expansion as per regulations beyond ten years. The Ministry of Industries has issued directions to APIIC to take back the land from Amara Raja Infra Pvt Ltd.
Amar Raja Infra Pvt Ltd is a construction company, which is a part of the Amara Raja Group of companies founded by Ramachandra N Galla, father TDP MP Galla Jayadev. Earlier after bringing GO, former chief minister and TDP national president Chandrababu cried foul on the YSRCP government's decision and alleged that Jagan Mohan Reddy government is acting in vengeance towards opposition party leaders.