Telangana Chief Minister A. Revanth Reddy on Thursday urged the Centre to gather Rs 408 crore from Andhra Pradesh for its utilizing Telangana properties even after bifurcation of the state and pay the sum to Telangana.
Making the request throughout a gathering with Union Home Minister Amit Shah in New Delhi, he stated that he wished the cash to be collected from Andhra Pradesh for utilizing the buildings like Raj Bhavan, High Court, Lokayukta and State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) in Hyderabad.
In his first assembly with Amit Shah after assuming workplace, Revanth Reddy requested him to allocate 29 further IPS officers to Telangana in view of creation of recent districts and supervision of assorted departments.
According to Chief Minister’s Office (CMO), Amit Shah assured the allocation of further IPS officers to Telangana from the 2024 batch of IPS officers.
The Chief Minister additionally requested the Union Minister to resolve the long-pending division of property between the 2 states below the Ninth Schedule of the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, settle the disputes on pending organizations between the 2 states, and full the bifurcation of State Bhavan in New Delhi in a clean method.
He additionally requested the Union Minister to concentrate on claiming the possession of establishments, which weren’t talked about within the bifurcation act, by Andhra Pradesh.
In his assembly with Union Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri, the Chief Minister urged him to to present approval to Hyderabad Metro Rail Phase-2 proposals.
He stated that the Hyderabad Metro Second Phase (BHEL-Lakdikapul, Nagol-LB Nagar, 26 km, Rs 9, 100 crore) and (Airport Metro Corridor-Rayadurg-Shamshabad airport – 32 km with Rs 6, 250 crore) must be realigned.
He requested the Union Minister to think about the matter of taking over this mission collectively by the Central and State governments.
The CM additionally advised the Union Minister that the state authorities determined to develop the Musi Riverfront in Hyderabad by establishing amusement parks, waterfalls, kids’s water sports activities, enterprise centre and procuring complexes and pleaded with him to increase mandatory assist to the state authorities on this regard.
Revanth Reddy stated hat the state authorities determined to construct Indiramma homes for the poor within the state and requested the Union Minister to present permission to supply them below the Prime Minister’s Awas Yojana.
He additionally appealed to the minister to launch the stability funds to be given together with sanctioning new homes to Telangana.
The Chief Minister, together with Irrigation Minister N. Uttam Kumar Reddy met Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekawat and requested him to present nationwide mission standing to the Palamuru-Ranga Reddy elevate irrigation mission. They stated that 12.3 lakh acres within the districts of Nagarkurnool, Mahabubnagar, Vikarabad, Narayanapet, Rangareddy, and Nalgonda, that are affected by drought and fluoride, will get irrigation facility from Palamuru-Rangareddy elevate mission.
Drinking water will even be equipped to 1, 226 villages in six districts in addition to Hyderabad metropolis, they added.