What happened between Governor and AP Election Commissioner?

The governor ordered Nimmagadda Ramesh Kumar to come and meet him on Monday after Jagan protested. At 10 o'clock Monday.
Written By Siddhu Manchikanti | Updated: March 18, 2020 09:55 IST
What happened between Governor and AP Election Commissioner?

What happened there in that hour is increasing the tension in everyone. Nearly it's been 24 hours after the incident, there is no update, the tension is increasing. Election Commissioner Nimmagadda Ramesh Kumar announced on Sunday morning that the local body elections would be postponed. Jaganmohan Reddy also announced the same to Governor Biswabhushan Harichandan in the same afternoon

 
The governor ordered Nimmagadda to come and meet him on Monday after Jagan protested. At 10 o'clock Monday morning, the governor met with the governor and explained the whole thing. What happened between the Governor and Nimmagadda has not come out yet. Nimmagadda explained to what extent the postponement of elections of local bodies was delayed. It is reported that the coronavirus problem is also described.
 
After an hour's meeting, Nimmagadda walked away without talking to the media. Why did he leave without talking to the media about meeting? That does not mean anything. In addition, he said that he would announce the update in the form of a press release. The press note, however, was not released until Monday night. Did the governor order Nimmagadda organize the elections? Otherwise, support the Nimmagadda decision? The same thing became suspense.
 
It is important to note that the reasons given for the postponement of the election are well known. Nimmagadda knows what he did wrong. Jaganmohan Reddy's main allegation is that Chandrababu Naidu was acting like this. Moreover, he has made a unilateral decision without saying at least to the state government. This is why Jagan is vehemently opposed. It is not clear why the Nimmagadda's visit as a whole kept confidential until now.



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