Day after YSRCP chief Jaganmohan Reddy was unanimously elected as the leader of the YSRC Legislature Party, Jagan reached Delhi to meet PM Modi and discussed issues concerning the Special Category Status for Andhra Pradesh.
New Delhi: YSR Congress Party president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister-elect YS Jaganmohan Reddy and met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the nation's capital on Sunday (May 26).
Reddy, whose party stormed to power with a landslide victory in Andhra Pradesh on Thursday (May 23), discussed providing outside or issue-based support to the Modi government in the meeting.
The meeting assumes importance as the YSRCP chief during the election campaign had said that his party would support whoever promises Andhra Pradesh the Special Category Status
According to reports, the YSRCP chief reached the residence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi and met the PM at noon.
The reports further said that after Prime minister completed his meeting with the YSRCP chief, he also interacted with party officials in Andhra Bhavan, Delhi.
While the ongoing issue of providing Special Category Status to Andhra Pradesh is yet to come to an end, Reddy will take oath as the new chief minister of Andhra Pradesh on May 30 in Vijayawada.
Earlier, on Saturday (May 25), he was unanimously elected as the leader of the YSRC legislature party.
In a spectacular performance, Reddy's party had won 151 of 175 Assembly seats and 22 Lok Sabha seats out of 25 in Andhra Pradesh, the elections for which were held on April 11.
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Last Updated May 26, 2019, 2:21 PM IST