CM KCR calls on PM Narendra Modi

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​Chief Minister Sri K. Chandrashekar Rao had a meeting with Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modi at the latter’s residence in New Delhi on Friday. In the meeting that lasted for 50 Minutes, the CM requested the PM to solve several issues pertaining to the state. The CM submitted letters to the PM on 10 issues.

The letters that CM submitted to the PM:

  1. The Centre should review about the IPS Cadre
  2. Integrated Textile Park should be established in the State
  3. Hyderabad-Nagpur Industrial Corridor should be developed
  4. Navodaya Schools should be set up in the new districts
  5. Release additional funds for the PM Gramin Sadak Yojana
  6. Take up road works in the Maoists influenced regions
  7. PM Sadak Yojana Programme should be bettered
  8. Set up IIIT in Karimnagar
  9. Set up IIM in Hyderabad
  10. Set up Tribal University in the State.

The CM also requested the PM to allot land to the state government to construct the Official Building of State Government “Telangana Bhavan” in New Delhi. He also requested the PM to come for the inauguration of the Yadadri temple. The PM has positively responded to the request and gave clear-cut assurances.

Allot land for Telangana Bhavan
The CM has requested the PM to allot land for the state to construct the Official Building of State Government “Telangana Bhavan” in New Delhi like other states, which have their state Bhavans in the National Capital. The PM who responded positively gave assurance that land would be allotted for constructing the official building of State Government “Telangana Bhavan” in New Delhi.

Invitation for Yadadri inauguration
The CM has invited the PM to come for the inauguration of the Yadadri temple inauguration programme. The State government has taken up the renovation of the Yadadri temple as a prestigious programme. The CM told the PM that the inauguration of the renovated Yadadri temple would be held in October or November. The PM responded positively and gave clear assurance that he would attend the inaugural programme.