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Updated On 24-05-2019 13:00:58 ISTUpdated On 24-05-20192019-05-24T06:53:30.612Z24-05-2019 2019-05-24T06:53:28.550Z - 2019-05-24T07:30:58.362Z - 24-05-2019
Suddenly the Tadepalli home of YSRCP chief and would be Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy is witnessing the rush of IAS and IPS officers and politicians who are congratulating him and also discussing the execution of his oath-taking ceremony on 30th May.
TTD Executive Officer Anil Kumar Singhal visited Jagan's home with priests and Peshkar Seshadri and offered him the Prasadams of Lord Sri Venkateswara Swamy. Priests showered blessings on Jagan on the eve of his election as YSRCLP chief.
Jaganmohan Reddy announced that he will take oath in Vijayawada on 30th May and his party leaders started discussions with Krishna District officers about the selection of the venue. The venue has to be finalised by Jaganmohan Reddy, Chief Secretary and DGP of AP by perusing the special needs and security aspects.
The officials may meet Jagan to discuss arrangements for oath taking ceremony as they have to know the details of the people who take oath on the same day. Some official arrangements will depend on the number of people who take oath on that particular day. The party leaders need to meet the officials to make them know about the turnout of the people to the ceremony. The selection of the venue should be done as per the inputs from the party leaders.
Sources informed that Jagan told the party leaders to select a place that can have not less than 20 acres for his oath-taking ceremony so that it could accommodate even people turn out in large numbers for the ceremony.
All these things are making the officers and political leaders are making a beeline to Jagan's home.
Sources say that only Jagan may take oath on 30th of May.
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