Six governors and four chief ministers, including Andhra Pradesh's Y S Jaganmohan Reddy, Friday met Home Minister Amit Shah and discussed with him various issues concerning their respective states. Home Ministry officials described the separate meetings of the governors and the chief ministers with the minister as courtesy calls on Shah, who assumed the charge on June 1.
The governors who met the home minister were Uttar Pradesh's Ram Naik, Haryana's Satyadev Narayan Arya, Goa's Mridula Sinha, Assam's Jagdish Mukhi, Meghalaya's Tathagata Roy and Sikkim's Ganga Prasad. Among the chief ministers who met Shah were Reddy, Assam's Sarbananda Sonowal, Goa's Pramod Sawant and Sikkim's Prem Singh Tamang.
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