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TRS: Andhras should move out of Sectt, Assembly

TRS: Andhras should move out of Sectt, Assembly
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TRS: Andhras Should Move Out of Sectt, Assembly, Location of the New Capital. The TRS has urged the Union government to decide the location of the new capital of residuary state of Andhra Pradesh expeditiously and facilitate immediate shifting of the core functionaries in the Secretariat, heads of departments and the legislature after bifurcation.

KCR submits report to GoM on Telangana


New capital can be built in two years
Residuary State can function from new facilities
Law & order of Hyd should be vested in T State
No objection to Hyd as common capital for 10 yrs
Demands a huge financial package for T
The TRS has urged the Union government to decide the location of the new capital of residuary state of Andhra Pradesh expeditiously and facilitate immediate shifting of the core functionaries in the Secretariat, heads of departments and the legislature after bifurcation.
In its report submitted to the GoM on Sunday, the party leadership said the entire capital could be made ready for occupation well within two years as it would be convenient for the five crore people to have their government functioning from their midst.
The TRS leadership, however, made it clear that would no way be going back on its endorsement of the CWC decision to have Hyderabad as the joint capital for ten years.
The report was vetted by the TRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao. The party decided to drop the original proposal of asking for setting up a security board to oversee the law and order issues in Hyderabad for the period during which the city would remain a joint capital. The report said that total administrative powers in Hyderabad including law and order should be with the Telangana government only.
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