Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister designate YS Jaganmohan Reddy, whose party registered a thumping victory in Assembly Elections, is scheduled to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the national capital on Sunday.
According to reports, Reddy is likely to discuss providing outside or issue-based support to the Modi government in the meeting.
The meeting assumes importance as the YSRCP chief during the election campaign had said that his party would support whoever promises Andhra Pradesh the Special Category Status.
According to an official source, the YSRCP chief will arrive in Delhi on Sunday morning and will meet the prime minister at noon.
After meeting PM Modi, he is expected to interact with Andhra Bhawan officials, the source added.
Reddy will take oath as new Chief Minister of the state on May 30 in Vijayawada. He has been unanimously elected as the leader of the YSRC legislature party. The party had earlier announced that the swearing-in ceremony would be held on May 30 at Indira Gandhi Municipal Stadium located in the city.
In a spectacular performance, the YSRC had won 151 of 175 Assembly seats and 22 Lok Sabha seats out of 25 in Andhra Pradesh, the elections for which were held on April 11.