Jagan Mohan Reddy fails to attend Swear-in Ceremony
AP CM and YSRCP chief Jagan Mohan Reddy and Chandrasekhar Rao could not be a part of the PMs Swear-In ceremony. The major drawback was on account of permission that was not granted to them for landing their Private aircraft at the New Delhi Airport.
It was earlier stated by the two CMs that they had all their plans ready for attending the Oath taking ceremony on time. They also managed to board their private aircraft from Vijayawada airport but failed to land at Delhi airport.
The news related to their failure was officially confirmed by reliable sources. Further clarifications were made by the security officials who had taken the major step of forbidding any private aircraft to land at Delhi airport due to security reasons.
The area of around 300 Km covering the Ceremonial place was also declared as a no-fly zone by the aviation authorities. The restrictions were officially imposed between 4 PM to around 11 PM on 30th May 2019.
Authorities had also made it clear that no such restrictions were in fact imposed on Commercial aircraft or other aircraft that belonged to security forces, defense force, and state government.
As per updates, both ministers had left their residence at around 1430 to attend the ceremony and were expected to attend the ceremony by 1600. As they failed to get permission by authorities, so they could not attend the ceremony.
As per further details, airport authorities have also been monitoring the movement of security professionals within the airport area on that particular day.