TRS MPs Meet PM on AIS Allocation

Published: 04th December 2014 06:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th December 2014 06:01 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: A delegation of TRS MPs on Wednesday met prime minister Narendra Modi and some Union ministers in Delhi on Wednesday with a request to solve pending issues related to the Telangana state.

The delegation first met Modi and asked him to look into the issue of allocation of AIS officers to TS and AP. The MPs told the PM that the delay in allocation of AIS officers was hindering administration of the state and slowing down the implementation of various schemes. Modi gave them a patient hearing, sources said. The issue is also likely to figure when chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao will meet Modi and others during his visit to Delhi in the coming days.

Later, the delegation met several Union ministers including minister for railways Suresh Prabhu. The MPs asked the railway minister to speed up the railway projects in Telangana State.  Speaking to reporters later, Rajya Sabha member K Keshava Rao said the Telangana government did not have any differences with the Centre.

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