A.P. urges Centre to help recover ₹7,000-cr. dues from TS Discoms
In a video-conference, Union Home Secretary urges each States to settle disputes amicably
Union Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla mentioned numerous points pertaining to the A.P. Reorganisation Act, 2014, by a video-conference with the Chief Secretaries of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana on Wednesday.
Mr. Bhalla suggested the Chief Secretaries to try for an amicable settlement of pending disputes in an expeditious method, and promised, on behalf of the Central authorities, to lengthen all cooperation.
The points that have been deliberated included, amongst different issues, the apportionment of Schedule IX establishments and belongings, allotment of Superintendents of Police (non-cadre), extra SPs (civil) and DSPs, distribution of liabilities, fixing the States’ shares within the Singareni Collieries Company Limited, making tax provisions as per Sections 50, 51 and 56 of the APRA, shifting the top workplace of the Krishna River Management Board (KRMB) to A.P. and dues to be settled to AP-Genco.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Secretary Aditya Nath Das requested Mr. Bhalla to be certain that the Schedule IX belongings have been distributed strictly in accordance with the suggestions of the Sheela Bhide Committee.
He additionally sought the Central authorities’s help in recovering roughly ₹7,000 crore, which the Telangana Discoms owed to the AP-Genco in direction of the price of energy equipped to them publish bifurcation.
Special Chief Secretaries Rajat Bhargava (income) and G. Anantha Ramu (BC welfare) and L. Premachandra Reddy, Principal Secretaries S.S. Rawat (finance) and A.R. Anuradha (girls and youngsters growth), and Secretary (power) N. Srikant have been current.