TS, AP to whip out bifurcation problems today
Hyderabad: Top authorities from Telangana as well as Andhra Pradesh will certainly participate in a vital conference assembled by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs in New Delhi on Tuesday to review unsolved problems in between both states based on Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act.
The primary assistants of both the Telugu states are most likely to participate in the conference in addition to a few other essential authorities to review the pending problems after bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh in 2014.
As numerous as 14 pending problems were apparently noted in the program. Of them, 7 were connected to the inter-state problems in between Telangana as well asAndhra Pradesh The continuing to be problems consist of economic help to the Andhra Pradesh funding city, gives to the backwards areas development as well as various other guarantees offered under the APReorganisation Act
Issues pertaining to the department of the organizations noted in the Schedule IX as well as X of the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act 2014 are most likely to number in the conference to be chaired by theUnion Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla
The conference would certainly additionally review splitting organizations not pointed out in the Act, department of Andhra Pradesh State Finance Corporation, Singareni Collieries as well as AP Heavy Machinery Engineering Limited, department of money as well as financial institution equilibrium in between both states as well as the fees being asserted by both the states on civil products companies.
Pending guarantees made under the AP Reorganisation Act generally the facility of the Bayyaram steel plant, Kazipet train instructor manufacturing facility, Tribal college as well as various other pending problems will certainly additionally come for conversation in the conference to be participated in by Telangana State Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar as well as various other leading authorities fromTelangana
The Central government just recently contacted the Telangana government to clear electrical energy fees of Rs 6,000 crore to Andhra Pradesh prior to completion ofSeptember Telangana asserts that it is Andhra Pradesh which owes it Rs 17,000 crore. Officials from Telangana are anticipated to increase the concern of obtaining pending power fees. They are additionally most likely to offer the notification of the Home Secretary regarding the extreme hold-up in obtaining clearances concerning irrigation tasks in Telangana from the Central government.