Joint Governor of Telugu speaking states, ESL Narasimhan efforts are turning out to be successful in bringing Andhra Pradesh and Telangana state Chief Ministers at one platform to address the issues that are bothering the development of both states. Governor Narasimhan who threw a tea party yesterday at Raj Bhavan on the eve of Republic Day, invited both the CMs and urged them to hold talks constantly so that the issues would get a solution.
Conveying his message, Narasimhan said, after the first ever meeting of Chandrababu Naidu and Chandrasekhar Rao, many issues were addressed but certain issues like EAMCET and water, power sharing are yet to find a amicable solution. Most importantly, EAMCET, chief secretaries or education minsters can't solve this problem, high level deliberations are required in the best interest of students futures, Chief Ministers should come forward for a solution. Narasimhan went a step ahead and said that he would be the coordinator to bring the CMs at one platform.
According to the sources, shortly, a date would be finalised to hold discussions. The chief secretaries are being assigned the task to sort out a date. Overall, Narasimhan has been very instrumental in convincing the Andhra and Telangana chief ministers for further talks. Post the first meetings, though certain issues were solved, the political equation turned more bitter than ever.