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    The Union Home Ministry may have a role in resolving issues between Andhra Pradesh and Telangana after June 2, 2024, marking 10 years since the bifurcation of the states. This is important because the AP Reorganisation Act-2014 said all such issues, including Hyderabad as a joint capital, should be addressed within 10 years.

    Recently, Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy urged officials to speed up resolving these issues, especially regarding the division of assets and dues owed by Andhra Pradesh to Telangana. According to the Act, asset division should be completed before the 10-year mark, after which Hyderabad will no longer be a joint capital.

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    There is uncertainty about whether the Union Home Ministry will continue to oversee these matters between the two states. State officials plan to ask for clarification on this role post-June 2 before moving forward.

    One major challenge is the approximately Rs 20,000 crore in pending dues, including power dues owed by Andhra Pradesh under the AP Reorganisation Act-2014. The Telangana government is working to distribute assets and corporations under schedule 9 and 10, as well as clear these dues.

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    The division of assets has faced delays due to objections from Andhra Pradesh, with a case pending in the Supreme Court regarding the division of AP State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE). Another issue is the division of Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) and its subsidiary APHMEL based on population ratio.

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    While Andhra Pradesh wants SCCL and APHMEL divided, Telangana opposes this, leading to further obstacles in resolving other asset division matters. Officials are exploring solutions to address these issues with the AP government promptly.

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