Telangana CM meets Amit Shah; seeks more IPS officers and full funding of road works in Maoist-hit areas | India News

NEW DELHI: Telangana chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao met Union home minister Amit Shah on Saturday and requested him to increase the number of IPS officers for the state in view of the creation of more districts and full funding of road works in Maoist-affected areas.
Rao, who is on a five-day visit to the national capital, met Shah at his residence here for about 45 minutes and discussed in detail the need to increase the strength of IPS cadre from 139 to 195 in the state, according to the chief minister’s office (CMO). “It is, therefore, requested to treat the present IPS cadre review as an extraordinary case for approval,” Rao said in a representation made to Shah.
He also sought complete funding of road works in the Maoist-affected districts. In the meeting, the CM explained that the state government had reorganised and created 33 districts, two years after the formation of a…

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