Harish, Yanamala To Find Amicable Solution
Hyderabad: Finally decks are cleared to sort out amicably the issues of two Telugu States with Governor ESL Narsimhan holding a key meeting at Raj Bhavan here on Wednesday. The Governor has advised them to avoid moving court as that will further delay the process to find solutions to the existing common problems.
Narasimhan asked to hold another meeting at the same venue on February 9 to find amicable solutions followed by a few more meetings including one in Vijayawada. Both Telangana and Andhra Pradesh have agreed to hold frequent meetings and find solution to the problems that had arisen due to bifurcation. The meeting was attended by Telangana Irrigation Minister T Harish Rao, Power Minister G Jagadish Reddy and government Advisor Vivek on behalf of TS. From Andhra Pradesh, Finance Minister Y Ramakrishnudu, Labour Minister K Atchan Naidu and chief whip K Srinivasulu took part in discussions.
Later, Harish Rao expressed the hope that next few meetings will sort out the issues as the AP Government is keen to address the common problems he said. Ramakrishnudu also agreed to discuss in a conducive atmosphere to find solutions.
Issues discussed were river water sharing, construction of projects, power, bifurcation of assets as per schedule 9 and 10 of AP Bifurcation Act and others.