Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy finally met Union Home Minister, Amit Shah. The meeting became a reality after the appointment got canceled thrice. Jagan got a few minutes of time with the BJP National President as he is busy with visitors who came to wish him on his Birthday.
The Chief Minister had to give a letter with all his requisitions and Amit Shah only said he would look into everything. YSR Congress and Sakshi seem to be desperate in portraying that Central Government is being close and co-operative to the Government in a bid to be in the good books of the BJP. The Center would not want any dissent from Jagan like in the case of Chandrababu.
YSR Congress went on to say that the meeting went on for 45 minutes and in contrast, the sources in Delhi told us it lasted not more than 10 minutes. Sakshi had published a huge list of issues including the Special Status saying that the Chief Minister discussed everything of it with Amit Shah. The fact is that all of them are in the requisition letter but there is no time for such a discussion.
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