Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy is understood to have briefed governor E S L Narasimhan about the government's action against Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust in the wake of certain allegations about financial irregularities.
The chief minister headed to the Raj Bhavan for an unscheduled meeting with the governor, after paying floral tributes to former Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao at PV Ghat in Hyderabad on the occasion of Rao's 91st birth anniversary today, officials said.
Reddy informed the governor about the letter written by the government to the Trust secretary, seeking every detail related to its functioning and financial transactions, they said.
The chief minister also reportedly discussed the appointment of the new Director General of Police for the state as the present one is slated to retire from service on June 30.
The controversy over the conduct of a written examination for the selection of police sub-inspectors in August, which is being opposed by Telangana protagonists, also came up for discussion between the governor and the chief minister, officials said.