New Delhi: Chief Minister Telangana, K Chandrasekhar Rao on Saturday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
According to the official sources, in a 40-minute meeting with PM Modi, KCR raised various state issues and appealed to the prime minister for the release of pending funds.
The Telangana chief minister is in the national capital on a three-day official visit to Delhi tour had already met Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri.
In this context, KCR appealed to Amit Shah to help from the National Disaster Fund in the wake of the recent heavy rains in Hyderabad. He also thanked Hardeep Singh Puri for allocating space for the TRS party office in Delhi.
He discussed projects related to housing and civil aviation. The Union Minister also brought to the notice of the Urban Development Fund the setting up of an airport at Warangal and Siddipet.