We know very well that to resolve the issues caused aftermath the state separation, a 3-Member Committee was formed. The first meeting of the committee was held to discuss the problems of the Telugu states. Electricity distribution, financial affairs, State Finance Corporation, Civil Supply Corporations were majorly discussed. Officials from both states had their arguments before the committee. As of now, it seems like there are five areas that became major areas of concern for both states.
The information states that there was a key discussion between the two states on the issue of electricity arrears. Telangana said that the AP government went to the court without paying the Rs 12,532 crore due to Telangana, stating that if they withdraw the court case, they are ready to solve the problem of electricity arrears. The members mutually agreed on no need to amend the separation law with regard to taxes.
Union Home Secretary Ashish Kumar agreed with Telangana’s argument and agreed to remove the tax issue from the bilateral list. However, Telangana demanded that the cash arrears from the AP should come immediately. Ashish Kumar suggested sending full details on this. AP officials have proposed that Telangana be prepared to pay its share of the central subsidy. AP Civil Supplies has announced that it is ready to take over. AP Undertaking, Telangana Civil Supplies Agency has agreed to pay Rs 354 crore if the subsidized share is given.
Telangana officials said that the AP government had unilaterally split the AP Finance Corporation and sent proposals. He said he had approached the court regarding 235 acres contrary to the regulations. Non-headquarters .. Nanak Ram said it was not reasonable to ask for a share in the building in Guda. Due to this, the division of APSFC is pending. Telangana officials explained that their government had decided to go ahead with the partition process only if the court cases were withdrawn.