Jagan: Telangana Chief Minister Revanth Reddy has delivered his first blow to AP Chief Minister YS Jagan. Revanth Reddy met with several Union Ministers, including Home Minister Amit Shah, during his visit to the national capital Delhi. Revanth Reddy requested that the Centre collect Rs 408 crore from the state of Andhra Pradesh for Telangana.
AP appears to have continued to use Telangana’s properties after the bifurcation, for which AP must pay Telangana Rs 408 crore. Revanth Reddy, the Chief Minister, urged the Centre to collect the arrears. CM Revanth Reddy requested that money be collected from Andhra Pradesh for the use of buildings in Hyderabad such as the Raj Bhavan, High Court, Lokayukta, and State Human Rights Commission (SHRC).
That’s not all. Revanth Reddy also asked Amit Shah to focus on claiming Andhra Pradesh’s ownership of institutions that were not mentioned in the bifurcation act. Overall, Revanth Reddy has given YS Jagan Mohan Reddy his first shock. During his first official visit to Delhi, he received a slew of requests and made a series of appeals to the Centre. Metro Realignment, Funding for New Homes, and the Status of the Palamuru-RR Lift Irrigation Project at the National Level. CM Revanth Reddy urged Union Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri to approve the proposals for Hyderabad Metro Rail Phase-2 during his meeting with him
He stressed that the Hyderabad Metro Second Phase has to be realigned. This includes the 26 km long BHEL-Lakdikapul and Nagol-LB Nagar corridors, which will cost Rs 9,100 crore, and the 32 km long Airport Metro Corridor-Rayadurg-Shamshabad airport corridor, which will cost Rs 6,250 crore. Revanth Reddy asked that the Union Minister take into account the possibility of the Central and State governments working together on this project.
Jagan Gets His First Shock From Revanth Reddy!
The state government’s plans to develop Hyderabad’s Musi Riverfront, which will include amusement parks, waterfalls, kid-friendly water sports, business centers, and retail complexes, were also shared with the Union Minister by him. He asked the Union Minister for the support that this initiative required.
Additionally, Revanth Reddy communicated that the state government planned to build Indiramma houses for the state’s economically disadvantaged residents. In line with the Prime Minister’s Awas Yojana, he begged the Union Minister to approve the provision of these homes. CM Revanth also pleaded with the minister to approve the construction of new homes for Telangana and release the outstanding monies. CM Revanth Reddy and Irrigation Minister Uttam Kumar Reddy argued in favor of giving the Palamuru-Ranga Reddy lift irrigation project national project status during a separate meeting with Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekawat.
They emphasized that this project would irrigate 12.3 lakh acres in Nagarkurnool, Mahabubnagar, Vikarabad, Narayanapet, Rangareddy, and Nalgonda—districts that are currently experiencing drought and fluoride problems. It is anticipated that the project will provide drinking water to 1,226 villages in six districts, including the city of Hyderabad.