Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao today underwent treatment for a tooth ailment in a Delhi Hospital.
KCR, who reached the national capital on February 8 for the treatment, is likely to return home after two or three days, since the doctors reportedly advised him to take rest for a couple of days.
KCR is likely to meet with some union ministers during his stay, and seek their cooperation and timely release of funds for various projects. It is being said that the Chief Minister will also meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi upon getting an appointment.
According to information received, the CM may meet with the PM on his return from abroad. If the meeting happens, KCR will impress upon the Modi government to need to make adequate funds available for his flagship programs like Mission Bhagiratha, Mission Kakatiya, and the various irrigation projects and welfare schemes.
It is well-known that the Telangana government as well as the Andhra Pradesh government are unhappy with the union budget for its poor allocation of funds to the respective states. At this backdrop, the Chief Minister will make a strong appeal to Modi for liberal allocation of funds to the state.