Hyderabad: Telugu The two men still under the bondage of suspected terrorists in Libya are safe, said the government of Andhra Pradesh on Monday. The information was received by the representative of the government of New Delhi, K. Rammohan Rao, speaking to Indian diplomat in Tripoli, Mohammad Rashid Khan by phone, and I told the dean of the University of Sirte is in regular contact with the hostages. Rao said that all efforts were being to secure the release of two teachers –
Gopikrishna and Balram T. Kishan. Rao also spoke with Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj regarding the measures taken to ensure the safe and early release of the two men Telugu. Families Gopikrishna and Kishan here remained much concerned because they have not heard directly from them since they were kidnapped on July 29 Four Indians, all professors at the University of Sirte, were allegedly kidnapped by militants of the Islamic State when returning to India through Tripoli and Tunisia.
A spokesman for the Foreign Ministry said they were stopped at a checkpoint, 50 km of Sirte. Although two others from Karnataka were released on Friday, there was no word on the two men Telugu. Kishan is a native of Hyderabad, while the family of Gopikrishna, which is Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh, also lives in Hyderabad. Gopikrishna has been teaching computer science at Franciscan Youth branch of the University since 2007, while Balram has been teaching English at the university since 2011.
The two sides are locked horns over the payment of over Rs 1,000 crore due to the AP by power companies Telangana. This is in line with the distribution of power between the two States in accordance with 53.89: 46.11 ratio set in the Reorganization Act. Consequently, the cost of power supplied by utilities AP Telangana appointed day June 2, 2014 until the end of the year (March 31, 2015) is estimated at Rs. 2.426 million rupees.
At the same time, utilities supply power Telangana worth one estimated Rs. 1.393 million rupees to Andhra Pradesh during the same period, amounting to Rs fees. 1,033 million rupees, APGenco officials said. They argued that utilities Telangana not give any commitment on payment of fees, although two letters were addressed to public services Telangana so far.
The matter was brought to the notice of the Centre for Regional Load Dispatch South and SRLDC had led to Telangana utilities to pay outstanding dues. APGenco senior officials allege that utilities Telangana were deliberately dodging the issue.happy wheels
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