Andhra CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy returns to state after fortnight-long foreign tour

A group of ministers, legislators, ruling party leaders and cadres welcomed the CM at the airport in Gannavaram.

ByPTI

Published Jun 01, 2024 | 2:32 PMUpdatedJun 01, 2024 | 2:32 PM

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Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy returned to the state on Saturday, 1 June, after a fortnight-long vacation.

The chief minister left the state with his family on 18 May, after the state voted in the simultaneous Lok Sabha and state Assembly elections.

“After completing the foreign trip with family, CM Jagan returned to Vijayawada today,” said YSRCP in a post on X.

A group of ministers, legislators, ruling party leaders and cadres welcomed the CM at the airport in Gannavaram. Results of the elections will be declared on June 4.

A local court in Vijayawada on Tuesday, 28 May, granted bail to a 19-year-old construction worker who allegedly pelted a stone at the chief minister more than a month ago.

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