YSR Congress chief Jaganmohan Reddy meets PM Narendra Modi, discusses special status to Andhra
The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister designate is likely to discuss offering outside or issue-based support to the Modi government at today's meeting.
YSR Congress Party chief Jaganmohan Reddy arrived in the national capital on Sunday. Shortly after his arrival, he met Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
V Vijaya Sai Reddy and other leaders of YSRCP were also present during the meeting. He also met BJP president Amit Shah.
The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister designate discussed the issues of special category status to Andhra Pradesh and the state's financial situation.
Reddy also sought central funds during the meeting with PM Modi at his 7, Lok Kalyan Marg residence, PTI reported.
Reddy is expected to interact with officials at Andhra Bhawan later in the day.
On Saturday, he was unanimously elected as the leader of YSRC legislature party.
Time and again, Reddy had said that his party would support whoever promises Andhra Pradesh the Special Category Status.
Reddy's YSRCP registered a mammoth victory in state Assembly elections, ousting TDP supremo out of power in Andhra Pradesh.
The YSRCP bagged 151 Assembly seats out of the total 175 seats and 22 of its 25 Lok Sabha seats. Reddy is likely to take oath as the CM on May 30.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Thursday, congratulated Reddy on the "remarkable" win in the Andhra Pradesh Assembly polls.
"Congratulations on the remarkable win in Andhra Pradesh. Best wishes to you for a successful tenure," Modi tweeted.