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Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy assumes as Chief Minister for the second consecutive term
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Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy assumes as Chief Minister for the second consecutive term

CWC working committee member M Veerappa Moily announces YSR as CLP leader


Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy will begin his second consecutive term as Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh when the Governor ND Tiwari administers him the oath of office and secrecy at a gala ceremony at Lal Bahadur Stadium on Wednesday evening. He was nominated as Leader of the Congress Legislature Party after the CLP went through the usual motions of adopting a resolution authorizing the party high command to nominate the leader. A meeting of the Congress Legislature Party held on the Assembly premises on Tuesday. The Congress Working Committee Member M Veerappa Moily who was present as AICC observer and a little while later, he announced Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy would be the CLP leader.

After attending the the Congress Parliamentary Party at New Delhi, the Chief Minister arrived in the evening and presided over the last meeting of his Council of Ministers. After a brief discussion, the Council resolved to submit its resignation to the Governor, recommended dissolution of the 13th Assembly as per the Article 174 of the Constitution and take up further proceedings for formation of the new government. He was accompanied by K Rosaiah went strait to Raj Bhavan and submitted to the Governor the resignation of his Council of Ministers and thanked him for his guidance and advice in the discharge of the responsibilities. The Governor, while accepting the same, asked him to continue in office till the formation of the new government.

Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy who addressed the emergency executive meeting of the AP Congress Committee later averred that he would continue the development and welfare program plugging the loopholes and see that there was no scope for criticism from any quarter. Veerappa Moily said that Andhra Pradesh played a historic role in the retention of the UPA government by sending 33 MPs to the Parliament.

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