Centre won’t interfere with state affairs: Venkaiah

VENKAYAUnion minister Venkaiah Naidu mentioned that development is possible if centre and state move with cooperation. Minister made it clear that the Centre would not interfere into the affairs of the state. “I discussed about  implementation  of central government schemes in state and  I believe that development was only possible if the people stayed united” Mr.Naidu said. He spoke to media after meeting with Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao.

Venkaiah is believed to have discussed about the welfare schemes of the state with the Telangana CM. He also pledged unconditional support to the state. He also lamented that united AP had not witnessed any sort of development. He also suggested that people of both the states must amicably sort out issues.



Medaram Jathara

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