Chandrababu's Olive branch to KCR: AP will share Krishnapatnam power with Telangana State
Chandrababu\'s Olive Branch to KCR: AP Will Share Krishnapatnam Power With Telangana State. The dicey status of Power and water sharing between Andhra Pradesh and Telangana state has opened new prospects of a peaceful and amicable negotiations across the table by a meeting of chief ministers from both the states.
The dicey status of Power and water sharing between Andhra Pradesh and Telangana state has opened new prospects of a peaceful and amicable negotiations across the table by a meeting of chief ministers from both the states.
Sounding reciprocal sentiments, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu said at Karimnagar yesterday that he was ready to sit across and discuss every issue with his Telangana counterpart K. Chandrasekhar Rao
Naidu was addressing a massive gathering of Telugu Desam activists at a meeting of party representatives at Karimnagar the hinterland of Telangana on Tuesday, his maiden visit to the city after bifurcation.
Reiterating the need for mutual cooperation between the two states, Naidu said not only power, let’s discuss every issue. Let’s cooperate with each other. I don’t have any problem in this regard. "To solve problems and to avoid challenges, I am ready to take part in consultations with the TS government,” he declared sending signals of peace and Olive branches to KCR. "I will extend all possible support to Telangana in its challenges,” he said adding he was ever ready to hold talks with KCR on any platform for the sharing of power from Krishnapatnam power plant as well.
The TD supremo also made a case for more power and more funds for Telangana, a backward state by the Centre but also claimed that TS had a surplus Budget due to policies adopted during his previous rule. The governments which ruled the then AP in the past had developed Telangana on many fronts and Hyderabad was converted into a global city during his administration, he asserted.