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Telugu States' Chief Ministers Meet at Praja Bhavan 🏛️🤝


In a significant move towards resolving inter-state issues, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu and Telangana Chief Minister Revanth Reddy met at Praja Bhavan in Hyderabad. The two leaders aimed to address long-standing bifurcation issues between the two Telugu states.

Warm Welcome:

Host: Telangana CM Revanth Reddy

Guest: AP CM Chandrababu Naidu

Reception: CM Revanth Reddy welcomed Chandrababu Naidu with a bouquet and a warm reception.

Key Discussion Points:

The main agenda of the meeting was to discuss and resolve pending issues related to the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

Andhra Pradesh's Proposals:

Assets and Liabilities: Discussion on the distribution of assets and liabilities listed under Schedules 9 and 10.

Bank Funds: Addressing the ₹8,000 crores locked in bank accounts related to these schedules.

Electricity Dues: Recovery of ₹7,200 crores in electricity dues owed to Andhra Pradesh.

Properties in Hyderabad: Allocation of three buildings in Hyderabad to Andhra Pradesh.

Telangana's Proposals:

Non-Compromise on Rights: Revanth Reddy emphasized not compromising on Telangana's rights.

Bifurcation Act Issues: Addressing issues not covered in the Bifurcation Act.

Property Sharing: Strategy to negotiate shares in Andhra Pradesh's ports and other assets if Hyderabad properties are requested by Andhra Pradesh.

Electricity and Employee Transfers: Resolving the complex issue of electricity and employee transfers.

TTD Representation: Demand for representation in the TTD governing body.

Participants:

Andhra Pradesh:

Neerabh Kumar Prasad (Chief Secretary)

Anagani Satyaprasad (Revenue Minister)

B.C. Janardhan Reddy (Minister of Roads and Buildings)

Kandula Durgesh (Tourism Minister)

Piyush Kumar (Finance Principal Secretary)

Telangana:

Shanti Kumari (Chief Secretary)

Bhatti Vikramarka (Deputy CM)

Sridhar Babu, Ponnam Prabhakar (Ministers)

This meeting marks a crucial step towards collaborative progress and mutual development between Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.