Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister K Rosaiah was on Thursday unable to participate in various functions marking the first death anniversary of late Y S Rajasekhara Reddy as doctors advised him rest for the second day after he suffered a bout of viral fever.
"Rosaiah has been advised rest. He will be examined in the evening," sources in the Chief Minister's Office said today.
According to doctors attending on him, the Chief Minister's temperature was normal but needed rest.
Rosaiah was supposed to fly to Nallakalva in Kurnool district, where Rajasekhara Reddy's chopper crashed on this day last year, to offer homage.