After AP TDP leaders succeeded in convincing the centre on Andhra demands by dharnas in the Parliament, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao landed in New Delhi to fight for Telangana demands.
He along with his wife and official teams fly off to Delhi on Friday evening. KCR will stay in national capital for at least a five days until Prime Minister Narendra Modi retured from West Asia tour.
The chief minister will take up the issue of 'injustice' meted out to his state in the budget 2018-19 proposals. He will pursue the pending Muslims and ST reservation, categorization of SCs and delimitation of the Assembly constituencies with the centre.
During his stay, KCR will meet Finance minister Arun Jaitely and make a representation seeking funds for Mission Kakatiya, Mission Bhagiratha and Kaleshwaram project. State government already sought Rs 40,000 crore for completing the flagship schemes including the construction of Kaleshwaram project from the centre. The CM had high expectations from the centre in the new financial year. He relied on the union government for the completion of the all flagship programmes.
KCR will also meet Union Home minister Rajnath Singh to discuss the issues of delimitation and enhancement of quota for minorities and tribes in education and government employment.