Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao today urged the Centre to release funds to the state for the its various schemes and development.
The Chief Minister, who has gone to New Delhi to lay the foundation stone for the TRS' office there
, called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi today and discussed the state's development issues.
He submitted 10 letters to the PM urging him to take steps for the state's development.
In the letters the Chief Minister explained several initiatives and proposals to develop the state, and the need for the Centre's help and support.
KCR urged the Modi government for a tribal university and an IIM in the state, more IPS officers, funds for road development in the Maoist-infested areas in the state, an industrial corridor in the Hyderabad-Nagpur stretch, additional funds under the PMGSY, and Navodaya schools in the new districts of the state.
A CMO release said that the Chief Minister had a meeting with the Prime Minister for about 50 minutes.