Elections for the seats left vacant due to the resignations of Jagan and Y. S. Vijayamma (Reddy's wife) were held on 8 May 2011.  by the Church of South India clergy. Rare pictures. In his six months-long padayatra, Jagan aims to meet 45 lakh families. He resigned from the Congress party on 29 November 2010 and announced on 7 December 2010 from Pulivendula that he would be starting a new party within 45 days. The farmer, the student, the aged and infirm, the unemployed, widows and oppressed women, people drawn from all sections of society came to him with their complaints and grievances. As CM, he won the hearts of all sections of society with his hugely popular schemes. He sought a mandate based on past performance, making no new election promises but vowing to continue and extend ongoing schemes. Powered by It was during his walkathon that the mass leader saw for himself the state of medical facilities in village after village, right up to Ichchapuram where he concluded his padayatra. Posts Photos Unseen Photos Padayatra Photos. Contesting on behalf of the newly formed YSR Congress Party, Jagan and Vijayamma both won easily. It was further tainted by scams and scandals and infighting only worsening the situation. His supporters there are exerting pressure on him to launch his yatra from there. Begumpet and Shamshabad air traffic controllers lost contact with the aircraft at 10:02 am while it was passing through the dense Nallamala forest area. Politics | YS Jagan Posts Unseen Photos Link 6.  The Chief Secretary of Andhra Pradesh, P. Ramakanth Reddy, said that inclement weather had forced the helicopter off course. YS Rajasekhara Reddy. Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy commemorative stamp, 2004 Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly election, 2009 Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly election, 2009 Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister helicopter crash, Dr. Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, "Y S Rajasekhara Reddy: A Political Appraisal", "Mystery over Andhra CM's whereabouts after chopper lands", "Army, IAF search for missing Andhra CM as confusion reigns", "Over 100 die after YSR's death, son appeals for calm", "YSR: A doctor with a finger on the public pulse", "YSR buried with full state honour in Idupulapai", "YS Rajasekhara Reddy : A tiger who will roar no more", "YSR wants Arogyasree, 108 and 104 under one umbrella", "Rs 2/kg rice to add Rs 3,000cr burden on Andhra coffers", "Rural livelihoods – Andhra Pradesh Rural Poverty Reduction", "YSR: From aggressive politician to mass leader", "YSR-Chief Minister Of AndhraPradesh-English news paper articels – Page 2", "YSR's performance, credibility behind Congress magic in Andhra", "YSR Reddy sworn-in as Andhra Pradesh CM", "YSR's 'sheer size' of corruption shocked US diplomats", "Graft during YSR rule was above norm in India: WikiLeaks", "YSR Reddy's government was engaged in corruption: WikiLeaks", "Khammam police firing unfortunate, says Andhra CM", "Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy Missing", "Bad weather forced YSR chopper off course", "Bell-430 deviated from flight path in bad weather", "NSA rules out Naxal strike on YSR Reddy's chopper", "Charred bodies of YSR, others identified by clothes", "YSR buried with full state honours in native village", "Over 100 die after YSR's death in Andhra – India News – IBNLive", "Finance Minister K Rosiah is caretaker CM", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Y._S._Rajasekhara_Reddy&oldid=990913281, Victims of aviation accidents or incidents in India, Victims of helicopter accidents or incidents, Leaders of the Opposition in the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly, Chief ministers from Indian National Congress, Articles with dead external links from December 2017, Articles with permanently dead external links, Wikipedia pages semi-protected against vandalism, All Wikipedia articles written in Indian English, Wikipedia indefinitely semi-protected pages, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, On the first day of his tenure in 2004, he provided, A free public ambulance service was originally started by.