between Odisha and Andhra Pradesh aggravated by the southern
state”s resolution to carry rural polls in a number of the villages
within the space, the AP Legislative Council chairman Monday stated
the difficulty may very well be resolved by means of dialogue between the 2
The Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council Chairman
Mohammed Ahmed Shariff was right here together with a staff to carry a
assembly with the Odisha authorities on language-based schooling
in bordering villages of Rayagada, Gajapati, Malkangiri,
Nabarangpur, Ganjam and Koraput districts.
In Hindustan any dispute between two states might be
amicably settled by means of dialogue. I’ll apprise the Andhra
Pradesh chief minister on the priority expressed by the Odisha
authorities, Shariff advised reporters.
Odisha College and Mass Training Minister S R Sprint,
who attended the assembly, stated Although the border dispute was
not within the assembly”s agenda I apprised the guests on Andhra
Pradesh governments try to carry rural polls in villages
in Odisha”s jurisdiction.
Sprint spoke to the Andhra delegation concerning the
jurisdiction dispute at Kotia panchayat underneath Pottangi block
in tribal Koraput district.
Claiming that the folks within the Kotia area are lured
with completely different gives by the AP authorities to participate in
panchayat polls of that state, Sprint stated he personally
appealed to that state by means of the delegation to kind out the
It was mentioned within the assembly that round 80 lakh
Telugu-speaking reside within the bordering Odisha districts and
although trainer coaching centres has been arrange in these
districts, language lecturers couldn’t be appointed on account of
technical snag, an official stated.
Equally many Odias reside in Srikakulam and
Vizianagaram in Andhra Pradesh. Round 4,000 Odiya kids
learning in Andhra Pradesh, the place they face related conditions
in colleges. There are a complete 230 Odia colleges in Andhra
Pradesh the place 130 Odia lecturers are but to be appointed, the
assembly was knowledgeable.
Sharriff assured Sprint that the Andhra authorities will
care for Odia college students of their State.
In the meantime, Odisha BJP vice-president Balabhadra Majhi
blamed the Odisha authorities for the folks in Kotia gram
panchayat being allegedly in favour of Andhra Pradesh.
“The Kotia space folks help Andhra Pradesh as a result of
they get services from that authorities,” Majhi sai.
He claimed that the Odisha authorities just isn’t even
conscious that Andhra Pradesh has already accorded panchayat
standing to a few villages in Kotia space and is all set to
conduct elections on February 13 and 17 by altering their
Lately, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik had
inaugurated initiatives of Rs 13 crore and laid the muse
stone for initiatives being constructed at a value of Rs 5 crore in
Kotia gram panchayat. PTI AAM KK
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