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Jagan Invited KCR To Brahmotsvam

Jagan Invited KCR To Brahmotsvam

AP CM YS Jagan has visited Telangana CM KCR at Pragati Bhavan in Hyderabad, Jagan invited KCR to the Brahmotsvam organized by TTD ( Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanam) on September 30. CM Jagan has personally given the invitation to Telangana CM KCR, during their meeting in Hyderabad to discuss several issues including river water utilization.

jagan with kcr

Two Telugu state CM’s discussed bifurcation issues and complete utilization of Godavari and Krishna water and release of Godavari water to Srisailam for the development of Rayalaseema. They both discussed where Godavari waters can be linked to the Krishna and at what alignment.

They agreed that the linkage and utilization of water should be useful for both states. Both CM’s decided to interlink Godavari and Krishna rivers with less land acquisition. As per sources KCR and Jagan discussed on institutions under 9, 10 schedules listed in AP reorganization act, and support from Centre, allocation of funds, BJP led central government’s stand on the Telugu States.

TTD chairman YV Subba Reddy and Rajampet MP PV Midhun Reddy also accompanied CM YS Jaganmohan Reddy during his meet with Telanga CM KCR at Pragati Bhavan.

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