Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma today proposed a sister state partnership between Telangana and Meghalaya.
Sangma today met his Telangana counterpart K Chandrashekhar Rao at Pragathi Bhavan in Hyderabad.
During their meeting that lasted for about half-an-hour, the two chief ministers discussed various issues where the two states can work together including entrepreneurship and Information Technology.
In a tweet, Sangma thanked Rao for the hospitality and said they discussed sister state partnership between Telangana and Meghalaya.
“Telangana is one of the leading states in the country and we hope that the partnership brings a breakthrough in grassroot entrepreneurship and IT development of Meghalaya, making the partnership a wholesome model of how small states and big states can be a part of each other’s growth story. Look forward to positive outcomes,” he tweeted.
Sangma who arrived in Hyderabad yesterday, had visited the T-Hub to discuss collaboration to foster an innovation start-up ecosystem in Meghalaya.
He also met Information Technology Minister K T Rama Rao at his office.