Kerala, Telengana CMs Discuss Development Schemes

Hyderabad: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan made a courtesy call on his Telangana counterpart K Chandrasekhar Rao at Pragathi Bhavan, the camp office-cum-residence of Rao, here on Sunday.

After lunch, both Rao and Vijayan, who was in the city to attend the “samara sammelanam” (public meeting) of CPI (M), discussed the development schemes being implemented in both the states.  Rao explained about the schemes taken up by his government to Vijayan, who was all praise for them.

Rao urged Vijayan to allot land for the guest house at the pilgrim centre of Sabarimala, to be constructed by the Telangana government.