Chandrababu Naidu to meet Revanth Reddy in Hyderabad on July 6

Chandrababu Naidu on Monday wrote a letter to his Telangana counterpart, proposing a meeting to discuss matters of mutual interests between the two Telugu States.
Chandrababu Naidu wrote a letter to his Telangana counterpart Revanth Reddy, proposing a meeting on July 6.
Chandrababu Naidu wrote a letter to his Telangana counterpart Revanth Reddy, proposing a meeting on July 6.Photo | Express

VIJAYAWADA: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Monday wrote a letter to his Telangana counterpart A Revanth Reddy, proposing a meeting on July 6 to discuss matters of mutual interests between the two Telugu States.

Naidu posted the letter on his official X (formerly Twitter) handle and said he was looking forward to working closely with Revanth to resolve post-bifurcation issues, enhance cooperation, and facilitate progress in both States. In the letter, the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister congratulated Revanth for his dedication and leadership that have significantly contributed to the progress and development of Telangana.

“It is imperative that we address these issues amicably with utmost diligence and resolve. In light of this, I propose that we meet at your place on July 6, Saturday afternoon. I firmly believe that a face-to-face meeting will provide us with the opportunity to engage comprehensively on these critical issues and collaborate effectively towards achieving mutually beneficial solutions for Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. I am confident that our deliberation will lead to productive outcomes,” he wrote. 

Pointing out that it has been 10 years since the bifurcation of AP, Naidu noted that there have been multiple discussions concerning issues arising from the Reorganisation Act, which hold significant implications for the welfare and advancement of both States. It may be pointed out that Revanth Reddy was earlier a member of the TDP before he joined the Congress and has been on friendly terms with Naidu.

During his visit to Tirumala in May this year, the Telangana Chief Minister had hoped for the two States to resolve all issues amicably and forge ahead on the path of development.

He had declared that he will work in tandem with the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister in this direction, once the new government is formed.

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