Outgoing Chief Secretary of Andhra Pradesh IYR Krishna Rao today opined that the Centre should have resolved the bifurcation issues among the two Telugu States. It is a big challenge that Andhra Pradesh State has no Capital, Rao observed.
Talking to the media at Secretariat here after calling on Telangana Chief Secretary Dr Rajiv Sharma at Secretariat here, Krishna Rao said 37 years of IAS stint gave him a lot of pleasure and he served his best in various capacities. To be heading Brahmin Welfare Corporation in the State of Andhra Pradesh, Krishna Rao said the Centre should have resolved all the issues related to the two States. Rao also said institutions under 9 and 10 schedule have become controversial related to bifurcation.
In coordination with Rajiv Sharma I tried to resolve many problems of the State, he said. Rao also thanked Sharma for his cooperation. Both Rao and Sharma had a brief talk reportedly on the current scenario of the two Telugu States. The State Government appointed senior IAS official SP Tucker replacing Krishna Rao and issued a GO. (NSS)