Seer questions wrong timing of Chandrababu's swearing-in

Seer questions wrong timing of Chandrababu's swearing-in - Sakshi Post

Visakha Sarada Peetham seer Swami Swaroopananda once again made sensational comments against AP Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu.

The seer said that both Chandrababu and Prime Minister Narendra Modi have chosen wrong timing for their swearing in.
He said that the swearing-in ceremony should not be undertaken after sunset. He said this would cause great distress to the country and the people.
"Jammu Kashmir floods and Hudhud cyclone are the the direct consequence of wrong timing chosen for their swearing in," he asserted.
He further warned that similar problems and calamities would continue to dog the country and the state in the coming three years.
The seer, whose birthday falls on Monday, has decided not to celebrate his birthday in the wake of Hudhud cyclone.
It may be recalled that Swaroopananda earlier said Chandrababu's stint as AP chief minister will see large dry weather. He had pointed out that as many as five persons died on the day of his oath-taking and several people are dying everyday since then.

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