Hyderabad, Jun 30: BJP today said the governments of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh should hold talks to resolve the issues of bifurcation of common high court and provisional allocation of judicial officers.
Telangana BJP president K Laxman told reporters here that there have been instances when the issues between the two states were resolved following talks.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu had invited his Telangana counterpart K Chandrasekhar Rao to the foundation laying ceremony of his state's permanent capital city Amaravati and Rao invited the former to the 'Yagam' performed by him, Laxman recalled.
A row over water sharing was also resolved through talks between the two state governments, Laxman said.
The common Governor of both states, E S L Narasimhan, can take initiative to address the row, he said. Referring to Rao's proposal to hold a 'dharna' in Delhi, the BJP leader said dialogue should be explored first.
There need not be any attack on the Centre on the issue as the high court had stated in a judgement on a concerned issue that Centre does not have much of a role, he said. He found fault with the TRS government in Telangana for allegedly not acting in time on the issue and the TDP government in AP for allegedly not acting enough.