CM KCR meets PM Modi

Hyderabad, Sept.3 (Maxim News): Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao today urged the Centre to release development funds to Telangana and take steps for various schemes. The chief minister who is in Delhi, and laid a foundation stone for party office Telangana Bhabvan yesterday, has called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and discussed state development issues.

He submitted a list of 10 letters urging the Prime Minister to take steps for state development. In the letters the chief minister explained about several plans of development and centre’s help and support.

KCR urged the Modi government for tribal varsity, IIM in the state and allot more number of IPS officers.

He also urged for roads development in Maoists infested areas in the state and IIM in Karim Nagar district and IIM in Hyderabad. KCR sought the Centre to take measures to set up an industrial corridor on Hyderabad-Nagpur stretch. Asking for additional funds under PMGSY he appealed for setting up Navodaya schools in new districts in the state.
He submitted the list with all details to the prime minister and appealed for his support. A CMO release said that the chief minister had a meeting with the Prime Minister for about 50 minutes. During that he discussed state development and sought funds, it added. (Maxim News)

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