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Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy dies in helicopter accident
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Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy dies in helicopter accident

State and Central Government confirms the death


Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh YS Rajasekhara Reddy died in a helicopter accident. It may be recalled the helicopter in which YSR along with security personally, special secretary and 3 others are travelling went missing since yesterday noon. YSR is on his way to attend the Rachabanda program in Chittoor district. The last communication from the twin-engine Bell 430 helicopter last communicated from the thick Nallamalla forests range in Kurnool district. Both the State Government and the Union Governments confirmed the accident and the death of the Chief Minister.

An Indian Airforce helicopter has confirmed about the crash site early in the morning. Army commandos have recovered the body of YSR and 4 others. Dr. Reddy is accompanied by Principal Secretary S Subramanyam, Chief Security Officer ASC Wesley and two captains Group Captain SK Bhatia and Captain MS Reddy.

Sri Rosiah is proposed as the interm Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh. A communique from Congress Party says it will pick a permanent candidate for the post of Chief Minister in 2-3 days.

Friends, Political party representatives, supporters and people in large numbers have arrived at the CM Residence in Hyderabad and at the Secretariat.

Bank ATMs and Petrol Filling stations in the state are shut.

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