Kandasamy announced that he'd refrain from making "hostile comments or criticisms" against Bedi.
"Hereafter, I will not make any hostile comments or criticisms against Lt Governor Kiran Bedi through the media as only through mutual cooperation and coordinated working can the schemes of the government be implemented without hiccups," Kandasamy said while talking to reporters here.
Kandasamy has been at odds with Bedi after she allegedly rejected most of the schemes and proposals forwarded by the departments under his control.
He even shot off a letter to the President alleging that Bedi was crossing the limits of her powers as the Lt Governor.
"I have informed Bedi during a meeting recently with her that I will not lock horns with her anymore," he said.
Kandasamy said he also requested Bedi to avoid using the social media to criticise the working of his departments.
"She welcomed my decision," said Kandasamy.
"He has been writing comments on the files which only defeat the purpose of welfare schemes meant for the poorer sections," said Kandasamy.
Kandasamy announced that Bedi had given the green signal for loan waiver worth Rs 19.42 crore of farmers as on March 31, 2016.
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