\Hyderabad, Dec 4, 2014: The conflict between Andhra Pradesh and Telangana complicate as the power sharing of Hinduja power plant poses more issues. The power plant shall become operational from February, next year. The geo-strategic significance of the plant adds to the conflict where Andhra claims that there was no power sharing agreement executed by Telangana and hence it is refusing to share the power generated. Andhra says that Telangana is only entitled for the equity returns for the equity it holds since it had only taken equity shares.
Andhra was left in confusion when Hindujas entered into talks with Telangana for power sharing. 56% of the total power generated is agreed to be provided to Andhra and the rest to Telangana but Andhra disapproves of this agreement and totally rejects it. This power sharing issue seems to add to the list of disputes between Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.