Hyderabad, Sept 14(Munsif News): Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has made its clear that the Telangana State fundamental policy is have cordial relations with the neighbouring states, the bifurcation problems with the Andhra Pradesh state will be settled with wisdom in the meeting scheduled on September 15 at Vijayawada.
The Chief Minister has held the preparatory meeting at Pragati Bhavan to finalise the Telangana Bhavan to finalise the Telangana State’s stand on the matter in which Minister for Transport P.Mahender Reddy, Mineral Development Corporation Chairman Seri Subhash Reddy, Whip Palla Vishweswar Rao, TSRTC MD Ramana Rao and other senior officials participated.
The Chief Minister said that there is set guidelines whenver states are bifurcated in the country, the same conditions, rules and guidelines were implemented at the time of bifurcation of AP, incase of any problems and issues, both the states should solve them with mutual consent. There has to be natural understanding on the issues, if not, the Centre will interfere. even if the problems persist, the Supreme Court has issued the guidelines. The Supreme Court has clearly mentioned about the Act. Any problem should be solved with the Act passed by the highest body in the country, the Parliament and only the Parliament has the right to make any changes. AP bifurcation isa reality and this has to be accepted by everyone, each one should rule according to their wisdom. Each state should run their own institutions. Division of APSRTC is a direct fall out of the AP bifurcation. The State bifurcation rules will also apply to the APSRTC division, properties will be distributed in tune with the Act passed by the Parliament. The Chief Minister clarified and instructed the officials concerned to voice the same at the Vijayawada meeting. . (Munsif News)