Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and his Andhra Pradesh counterpart Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy are likely to meet in Amaravati in July to sort out the bifurcation and river water sharing issues, AP Chief Secretary L V Subrahmanyam said here on Sunday. The next meeting would be a follow up of the one that both Chief Ministers held on water sharing and other issues here last week.

KCR, Jagan likely to meet in AP in July Engineers and officials of both governments were asked to come out with a preliminary report by July 15 on how they can utilise the available Godavari river water together. "There was a tentative proposal (meeting of both CMs). The report is supposed to come by July 15. Both the CMs will study it.

Afterwards they will sit together and decide on how to take the issues forwards and the meeting will be in Andhra Pradesh this time," Subrahmanyam said. After a meeting with Jagan on June 28, Rao had said both governments decided to work together on unresolved issues concerning both states as there was a 'qualitative change' in relations between them. Jagan said both governments firmly resolved to utilise water from Godavari river to mitigate water problems in Rayalaseema in AP and Palamuru and Nalgonda areas in Telangana.

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