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Keeping his promise, TDP chief Nara Chandrababu Naidu is set to re-enter the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly as Chief Minister on Friday. Naidu, who exited the Assembly in 2021 after facing personal insults from YSRCP leaders, had vowed to return only as Chief Minister. True to his word, he will step back into the Assembly in that capacity.
The session will open with a homage by the ruling Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MLAs to NTR’s statue before entering the House. Chief Minister Naidu, TDP Ministers, and MLAs will pay their respects at the NTR statue in Venkatapalem. Naidu has instructed all TDP MLAs to arrive at Venkatapalem wearing yellow shirts by 9 am. This marks Naidu’s return to the Assembly after more than two and a half years, fulfilling his promise made on November 19, 2021.
The Assembly session will begin at 9:46 am on Friday. This will be the first legislative session since the TD-Jana Sena-BJP alliance took power. The session will span two days, during which newly elected MLAs will be sworn in, and a new Speaker will be elected.
As part of the security measures, the Srinagar Police declared the city a ‘Temporary Red Zone’ for the operation of drones and quadcopters.
“Srinagar city has been declared as ‘Temporary Red Zone’ for the operation of drones and quadcopters as per provisions of Rule 24(2) of Drone Rules, 2021 with immediate effect,” the Srinagar Police said on X on June 18. All unauthorised drone operations in the “red zone” are liable to being penalised according to provisions of the drone rules, the police said.
Ahead of the main function on Friday, a series of yoga events have been held over the past three days at many places in the city and elsewhere in the valley, the officials said.
A yoga event was held near the iconic clock tower at the Lal Chowk city centre here while a mega yoga camp was held at Polo Ground on Wednesday, they said.
Another event was also held at the SKICC here, the officials said, adding similar events were held at many places in the Valley to mark the celebrations for the 10th IYD

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