Even before having a cabinet, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy had shown his magnanimity by returning the Buildings allotted to Andhra Pradesh to the Telangana Government without any conditions. But Telangana Government seems to be not in the mood of reciprocating to that.
Telangana Government sent a bill of 290 Crore to the AP Government for expenses incurred in running institutions like the Raj Bhavan and the High Court in Hyderabad for the last five years. High Court is already bifurcated and the Center has appointed a separate governor for AP recently.
AP must pay its share of Rs 25 crore, as per the population ratio, for the Raj Bhavan expenses, the officials said. Andhra Pradesh has to pay 230 Crore towards High Court Upkeep. The AP government also has arrears to be paid for a few other constitutional institutions, including the Public Service Commission and the Legislature Secretariat.
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