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Updated On 30-05-2019 12:53:57 ISTUpdated On 30-05-20192019-05-30T07:21:12.341Z30-05-2019 2019-05-30T07:21:09.124Z - 2019-05-30T07:23:57.998Z - 30-05-2019
Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao will be attending the swearing-in ceremonies of YS Jaganmohan Reddy and Prime Minister Narendra Modi today.
Jagan, whose party YSRCP swept the AP assembly polls with 151 out of 175 seats will be swearing in at 12:23 PM while Modi will be having his ceremony in the evening at 7 PM in New Delhi.
Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Governor ESL Narasimhan left for Vijayawada earlier on Wednesday to administer the oath to Jaganmohan Reddy. The Governor along with his wife visited the Kanaka Durga Temple to offer prayers.
Jaganmohan Reddy had earlier visited KCR at his residence in Hyderabad post results and had assured the Telangana CM of friendly cooperation between the two Telugu states. KCR had also wished Narendra Modi on his spectacular victory and wished him great success. While Jagan and KCR have traditionally been on great terms, its the two Telugu CMs bond with Modi which has seen multiple ups and downs in the recent times. Jagan who met PM Modi earlier this week has been vocally critical of him for his stance on Special Status to the state.
Meanwhile, it is being reported that post his swearing-in ceremony, Jaganmohan Reddy will be accompanying KCR to New Delhi to attend Modi's ceremony. The two Chief Ministers of the Telugu states will be joined by Governor Narasimhan as well.
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