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Updated On 23-05-2019 12:53:25 ISTUpdated On 23-05-20192019-05-23T07:22:12.554Z23-05-2019 2019-05-23T07:21:48.578Z - 2019-05-23T07:23:25.103Z - 23-05-2019
YSRCP chief YS Jaganmohan Reddy is all set to take oath as Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh as his party is set to win majority seats in Andhra Pradesh. As YSRCP is leading in around 150 constituencies by 12.30 pm, sources said that Jagan decided to take oath on 30th May at 10.45 am.
It was learnt that Swaroopanandendra Swamy decided the auspicious time (Muhurtam) for oath taking ceremony of Jagan. YSRCP chief reportedly called on the Swamiji and the latter conveyed his blessings to the would be CM.
The YSRC legislature party meeting will be conducted on 25th of May. The meeting will be convened in the party office in Tadepalli near Vijayawada.
Earlier, there were news reports that Jagan planned to take oath on 26th May, but it was postponed as per the suggestions of Swaroopanandendra Swamiji. For some time in the recent past, Jagan is following Swaroopanandendra Swamy's suggestions regarding his planning and schedules. Hence, he took cognisance of auspicious time given by Swamiji, this time too.
As a result, he decided to wait till 30th of May instead of taking oath on 26th.
However, it was known that TDP chief and CM of AP Chandrababu Naidu may resign at 4 pm on Thursday as his party set to lose the elections in the State.
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