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Centre to call CMs meet on HC split in 2 days

Sun, Jul 03, 2016, 07:25 PM
Hyderabad, July 3: In the wake of escalating judicial officials row in Telangana for speedy bifurcation of high court and their protests continuing unabated for justice in allocation of posts, the Centre has seized of the matter and has decided to call a meeting to find an amicable solution to the impending problem.

In a couple of days or so, if not on Monday the Centre is to call a meeting of two Telugu States to sit across the table to discuss on the bifurcation of the high court. The Centre reportedly shifted the venue from Hyderabad to Delhi as Governor of the two states ESL Narasimhan has suggested for it. Besides Union Law Minister Sadananda Gowda is to chair the crucial meeting, Narasimhan and Chief Ministers K Chandrasekhar Rao and N Chandrababu Naidu are to join it to dent out the issue.

The Centre is understood to have come to a decision at the behest of Chief Justice of India TS Thakur focused on the issue and spoke to Hyderabad High Court chief justice, Dileep B Bhosale. It is pertinent to note that KCR wrote to the Centre for its intervention and also meeting Narasimhan. Similar was the case with Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya who sought for a speedy decision on the high court.

Even the Governor spoke to Bhosale and Advocate General and reportedly apprised the situation of to the Centre for an urgent meeting of the two CMs. Chandarababu Naidu also said in Delhi that he is not averse to the HC division and allotted land at Amaravathi the capital city of his state for the purpose.

At this juncture informed sources put it that the Centre will summon KCR and Naidu for the meeting soon. It is to be seen what decision the meeting will take on the row of judicial officials in the new state of Telangana.
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