The Central government reportedly hasten the process of reconcile the nativity issue following the request made by the AP Government. The nativity issue reap momentum ahead of the State government to shift its operations from Hyderabad, Telangana to AP Capital city Amaravati. In earlier Union Home Ministry gave its comments and sent to PM Modi. And the file was sent from PMO to President Pranab Mukherjee for his assent on Tuesday. AP Government assume that the President would give his assent with-in a week or 10 days much leading of the employees relocate from Hyderabad, Telangena to Amaravati, Andhra Pradesh beginning from June 27, according sources. The Centre's action has come against the backdrop of AP CM Chandrababu letter to Union Rajnath Singh (Union Home Minister).  (Also Read about Pakistan media sees 'nuclear' designs in AP)

The families having children who will shift to Amaravathi will not be having four years of study or stay from the date of shifting. It will be a inauspicious position for such families, as they will lose local status in Hyderabad or other parts of Telangana but also will not have local status of the residual state of Andhra Pradesh. For this the AP Government asked the Centre to grant local status to the candidates who migrate to parts of Andhra Pradesh from Telangana after bifurcation within a term of three years from the date of bifurcation of State on par with other local candidates. 

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