Bhubaneswar, New Delhi: The debate on how much justice will be done to the state due to the fresh order of the Supreme Court on the controversial dispute between Odisha and Andhra Pradesh. The center has already announced national status and construction work continues. The Supreme Court has directed the state government to express its concerns over the proximity of the Malkangiri district in Odisha. The tasks are called off. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik recently wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to issue orders to stop the work until the verdict is under consideration of the court. He said that the Union Forest Department has unilaterally allowed this structure and the Modi government has not taken any omission from the Odisha government. Until then, the same thing was told to the court. The Government argument that 40 panchayats of 7 panchayats in Malkangiri district will be affected by the increase of polavaram project. Prior to the construction of large projects under the Forest and Environmental Regulations, a referendum should be collected. The government’s argument is that Andhra Pradesh has taken unilateral tasks as permits have been granted. On Thursday, the court directed that a referendum be made in Odisha and Chhattisgarh. The court directed the Center to take initiative to submit report (termums and conditions) by Saturday. Leaders of the ruling party expressed their frustration as the next hearing in the court on Monday was the first successful court order to issue referendum. Bolandir MP Kalikesh Narayana Syndeve told reporters in Bhubaneswar Thursday that Odisha’s first victory in the court, There is faith in the next hearing. Opposition Narsingh Mishra said that the government had not been able to prevent early in Polavaram and intimidated the construction of the neighboring state due to the terror. Pradeep Purohit, the Deputy Speaker of the BJP, said there was no accurate description of the state government in the case of Polavaram that it was not even able to study the areas under the control. In this backdrop, the Supreme Court’s recommendation for the referendum is good and believes that justice will be done to the state. It is also not possible to study the areas that are affected by mobilization. In this backdrop, the Supreme Court’s recommendation for the referendum is good and believes that justice will be done to the state. It is also not possible to study the areas that are affected by mobilization. In this backdrop, the Supreme Court’s recommendation for the referendum is good and believes that justice will be done to the state.