Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu said that, a meeting should be conducted to discuss about the problems that aroused because of the bifurcation of the states.
AP CM Naidu, who recently met central minister Rajnath Singh had discussed about the various issues that are arising in the state because of the bifurcation of the dual Telugu states, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Regarding this, speaking to the media, Naidu said that, he discussed about the section 8 with the minister and said that, the responsibility of implementing the AP reorganization act is completely on him.
Naidu further opined that, for the implementation of these laws, there is no such need of changing the governor, as according to the nodal ministry department, the central government would be responsible to implement the AP reorganization act.
On the other hand, he even spoke about Telangana Chief Minister KCR and said that, there is no need for him to slash the TRS government. "I am always ready to maintain cordial relations with the Telangana officials and being the neighboring states, maintaining such type of relations are necessary. Moreover, KCR cannot vacate me completely from Hyderabad, as he should remember that, Hyderabad is the joint capital of both the states for 10 years. Even then, I am still staying in AP for 4 days in a week and involving in the foreign tours rest of the time," he said.
Naidu about projects
"It is to be remembered that I started the Kalvakurthy, Koyal Sagar projects. So it is important to jointly discuss about the Palamooru project for the welfare of the public," Naidu said.
"Pawan commented on the special status. But keeping in mind the current situations, it is necessary to solve the problems in a step by step procedure. So it would obviously take time, but a sure shot solution would be found very soon," Naidu assured.
However, it seems, Naidu is trying to slowly cut down the rivalry with the Telangana officials and also responding very calmly on Pawan comments. How would this be treated by them is yet to be known.