Hyderabad, Jul 26 (UNI) A 13-member Joint House Committee, comprising members of Andhra Pradesh Assembly and Council, was constituted under Legislative Council Chairman A Chakrapani to study 'educational and cultural' needs of Telugu people residing in other states.
Speaking to newspersons here, Mr Chakrapani said the Committee would examine the needs of Telugu-speaking people residing in Orissa, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu and areas adjoining the state. It would make suitable recommendations for their educational and cultural advancements in a report to be submitted to the government, he added.
The first meeting of the Committee would be held on July 31 and its term would expire after six months, he added.
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