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KCR directs MPs to raise HC row in Parl

Sun, Jul 17, 2016, 07:51 PM
Related image Hyderabad, July 17: MPs of TRS are all set to raise their voice in the Parliamentary session beginning Monday on the pending high court bifurcation issue, issues related to irrigation projects and others mentioned in Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act. Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao who is in Delhi had a closeted with his party MPs on the strategy need to be opted during the parliament session that is ought to take up GST bill and make amendments to child labour act.

The chief minister of Telangana who is unhappy at the Centre for not taking initiative on the controversial turned high court division among the two Telugu speaking states had asked his MPs to ensure that the state voice is heard strongly in the Parliament to take a call.

The meeting assumes significance in the wake of Centre disowning any responsibility on HC bifurcation even as the judicial officials and lawyers in Hyderabad are protesting the delay and suspension of judicial officials and options given to AP judges. The Centre already suggested the CJI to intervene and Governor ESL Narasimhan to hold talks with the two Chief Ministers and High Court Chief Justice for taking an amicable decision.

TRS parliamentary committee president Jithender Reddy, K Keshava Rao, B Vinod Kumar, Captain Lakhsmikath Rao, B Suman, B Narsaiah Goud, Konda Vishweshwar Reddy, D Srinivas, Gutha Sukhender Reddy, Ponguleti Srinivas Reddy and N Malla Reddy attended the meeting addressed by KCR. Taking a cue from KCR, the MPs are to make a strong pitch on HC division, seek special funds for state development including irrigation projects.

They also vouch for clarity on the allocation of waters among two states and seek funds to the flagship programs like mission bhagiratha, mission kakatiya, haritha Haram and other welfare schemes. KCR asked the MPs to rake up the issue of Andhra Pradesh causing hurdles to irrigation projects and failing to sort out the issues. Jithender Reddy, said that they would tread in the path as KCR directed in the parliament on HC split and other related issues among the two States.

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