Y.S.R. Reddy, chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, disappeared near a dense forest during a routine tour district by helicopter on Wednesday. It is late in India, and he has not found yet. The official said that the Indian Air Force (IAF) has been in use by Wednesday afternoon, join the search for Andhra Pradesh CM YSR Reddy. Four helicopters were involved, according to reports.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Secretary Rama Kant Reddy said he lost contact with CM YSR Reddy, around 9:45. Time may have had an impact that bad weather was reported Wednesday morning.
"There is no good news yet. We are keeping our fingers crossed," Home Minister P Chidambaram said.
The twin-engined Bell 430 AP helicopter with the 60-year-old chief minister on board took off at 8.45 am and was scheduled to land at Chitoor district at 10.45 am. However, it soon lost radio contact and has been untraceable.
CM Y.S.R. Reddy is very popular, and YSR dubbed by fans and admirers. Congressional leaders and others stayed out of Block D of the Secretariat, which houses the Office of the Prime Minister to support him Wednesday.
Concluded with the crowds went slogans "Viva YSR" on them. The calm came over the crowd, as ministers of state told reporters that the prime minister was safe and his helicopter had landed somewhere.
Unfortunately, there came shortly after, when news came in reality or YSR CM YSR Reddy is still missing from Finance Minister K. Rosaiah.
Rosaiah told reporters at the secretariat remained untraced Prime Minister and urged people to help trace the missing helicopter. At the same time people expect to CM YSR Reddy or YSR is safe. One said: "I am sure it is safe. He is a man of the people. He did a lot of people's welfare. Nothing will happen."