Grant National status to Palamuru Rangareddy Lift scheme

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Fulfill the promises mentioned in the AP organization act. Releasing the pending funds to the state immediately. Hon’ble Chief Minister Sri Anumula Revanth Reddy, Deputy Chief Minister Sri Bhatti Vikramarka Mallu appeals to Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modi for granting National status to Palamuru Rangareddy Lift scheme.

Hon’ble Chief Minister Sri A. Revanth Reddy and Deputy Chief Minister Sri Bhatti Vikramarka requested Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modi to grant national status to the Palamuru-Rangareddy Lift Irrigation Project. The CM and Deputy CM told the PM that the Reorganization act mentioned national project status will be given to one each project in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Polavaram project has been given national project status in Andhra Pradesh. They requested PM Modi to grant national project status to Palamuru lift scheme as well.

After the formation of the new government in Telangana, the Chief Minister and the Deputy Chief Minister Mallu Batti Vikramarka paid a courtesy call to Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modi at his residence in Delhi today. On this occasion, CM Sri Anumula Revanth and Deputy CM Sri Mallu Bhatti brought many problems related to the state to the attention of the Prime Minister.

As per the Reorganization act, the Center has released Rs.2,250 crores at the rate of Rs.450 crores every year from 2015 to 2021. They requested the PM to release Rs.1,800 crore pending grants for the years 2019-20, 2021-2022, 2022-2023 and 2023- 2024 financial years. They also appealed to the PM to release the pending 15th Finance Commission funds of Rs.2,233.54 crore (Rs.129.69 crores for 2022-23 and Rs.1,608.85 crores for 2023-24) immediately.

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Other Issues brought to the notice of Prime Minister:


• Already sent proposals to upgrade 14 national highways in Telangana. Only two of them are approved. Requested to approve the up-gradation of remaining 12 national highways.

• The Center approved the establishment of a Tribal University in Mulugu. Admissions should be allowed in the academic year 2023-24.

• As per the Andhra Pradesh Reorganization act, the Centre made the promise of the establishment of a Steel Plant (Bayyaram Steel Plant) in the erstwhile Khammam district. Requested the PM for the clearance of the project immediately. Indian Railways announced a coach factory in Kazipet, but the centre declared the establishment of a periodic overhauling workshop. The CM and Deputy CM urged Modi to fulfill the promise of construction of a Coach factory.

• The Union Government announced ITIR for Bangalore and Hyderabad in 2010. The Hyderabad ITIR project was put in cold storage after the change of government at the center in 2014. The PM is requested to take up Hyderabad ITIR immediately.

• Announce Kakatiya Mega Textile Park as a Green field project and release enough funds. Among the seven mega textile parks identified under PM Mitra, the Kakatiya textile park in Warangal has been declared as a brown field park which did not deserve adequate funds.

• Centre proposed to set up an IIM in every state. As there is no IIM in Telangana, The union government should establish one IIM in Hyderabad. Suitable space is already available. The state government is ready to provide necessary space for setting up an IIM if the center wants.

• Two Sainik schools were sanctioned to Andhra Pradesh after the bifurcation of the state. One sainik school should be established in Secunderabad Cantonment.

• Requested to shift head office in Pune to Secunderabad cantonment as there is not a single head office of Indian Army in Southern states.

• Resolve the pending division of government establishments under schedule nine and the issues of other organizations under 10th schedule as per the AP Reorganization act.

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