AP CM Chandrababu Naidu today said that they would exercise more pressure on the Central government to grant special category status to the state. Even the Centre has to extend all necessary financial assistance as the state is facing numerous problems on account of the unscientific bifurcation, Chief Minister said while addressing a public meeting in this afternoon. We never compromised with the centre on the special status. Everyone in the state should work incessantly 'day and night' for ten years, the state would not come out of its problems caused by the bifurcation.  (Also read about INR 100 crore fine, 7-year jail for wrong depiction of India map)

Chandra Babu said Andhra Pradesh also facing trouble from 'neighbour states' on sharing of river water. Odisha and Telangana are creating problems for the state. Telangana is constructing projects on Godavari and Krishna rivers which is violation of 'Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014'Odisha is opposing AP projects being built on Nagavali river. These states are objecting to our use of river water that is going waste into the sea, naidu said. We have to overcome all these troubles in an friendly manner. The Chief Minister took part in the Neeru-Chettu programme as part of the water conservation mission launched by the government. 

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