Hyderabad, June 24 (PMI): Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy are likely to meet with each other on bifurcation issues. They are set to meet in Hyderabad on June 28 and 29 and discuss on issues of the bifurcation among two Telugu states.
In the wake of handing over AP’s Secretariat buildings to Telangana, Jagan has taken initiative to resolve the bifurcation issues across the table. For this they have decided to discuss and resolve amicably the issues for two days. The two chief ministers are maintaining cordial relations after the polls and Jagan has come forward to address the issues of the bifurcation amicably. Mainly the issues of water, projects , 9th and 10th schedule and transfer of assets are to be discussed during their meeting.
Since both the chief ministers agreed for mutual cooperation, things will be resolved very soon. It may be said here that Jagan and Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis also attended the great launch of Kaleshwaram project on June 21 as KCR dedicated the multi-stage project to the nation in the presence of Governor ESL Narasimhan. Both the chief ministers have to share the ideas and take a decision to flourishing agriculture by completing irrigation projects. Ample use of river waters through Godavari and Krishna and timely completion of the irrigation projects will form part of the agenda. KCR has asked the officials a report on this, according to information. (PMI)