Rosaiah Death, On the day that then-Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy‘s copter disappeared without a traceless than an hour each time off from Begumpet airport on September 2, 2009, former marine Congress leader and defunct Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister K. Rosaiah faced his most wracking challenging problem in his nearly six-decade political career.
At the Secretariat, tensions were obvious as officials and others anxiously tried to figure out where the Chief Minister’s chopper was. Authorities and Congress officials who hurried to the Secretariat’s C Block after hearing; of the awol chopper recounted Rosaiah taking command of the issue when no one knew where Reddy was.
Rosaiah assessed the situation with the Chief Secretary, Deputy DG Security K. Arvind Rao, CIB, and Greyhounds chiefs by his side. They are trying there best to solve this problem.
“Throughout the discussion, he assured everyone that YSR will safely return.
Rosaiah ignored officials’ and politicians‘ advice to rest despite his senior age. He remained at C Block, monitoring all calls, working with bureaucrats and ministries; and communicating with the Congress headquarters in Delhi. Rosaiah and others voiced anxiety something had gone awry; according to another police officer who was present during the evaluations that day.
Finally, on the night of September 2, 2009, Rosaiah reported through the press that the chopper carrying YSR had gone missing, and he appealed to the people looking for their dear hero. Rosaiah was sworn in as the temporary Chief Minister the next day after the debris.