Pawan’s piece of advice to TRS…

Pawan Kalyan

Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan gave a strong message to every party in the State ahead of the elections. At the party’s formation day celebrations in Rajamahendravaram on Thursday, Pawan Kalyan, tried to be neutral and different from all the political parties on issues concerning the State and the people. He blamed every party for their failure in getting the special category status to the State.

The Jana Sena chief wanted the Bharatiya Janata Party to give special category status to the State and blamed the party for betraying the people by going back on the promise. He said he believed Narendra Modi would do justice to the State and supported him in 2014 elections. However, Modi as Prime Minister had done a greater injustice to the State, he said.

Pawan Kalyan also blamed the Telugu Desam Party for its U turns on the special category status and other issues. He said that the TDP keeps on changing its stand even on core issues only with political intentions. He held the TDP responsible for the State not getting the special category status as the TDP had agreed and compromised for the special package.

The Jana Sena chief also accused the YSR Congress of ignoring the interests of the people and that of the State and was more concerned about the cases pending against the party chief Jaganmohan Reddy. He said that the Opposition party was working for power and withdrawal of cases and is least interested in the welfare of the people and development of the State.

Not but the least, the Jana Sena chief had a piece of advice to the Telangana Rastra Samithi. While calling the TRS family as known friends, he wanted the TRS to keep off from the AP politics. He said that people of Andhra Pradesh were still feeling the pain of bifurcation and the injustice done to them. The interference of the TRS in AP politics is further hurting the sentiments of the people, the Jana Sena chief felt and wanted the TRS to keep off from the AP politics, particularly in this election.

The Jana Sena chief said that he is ready to accept the Chief Minister post if voted to power and is equally ready to sit in the Opposition if not voted. He said he would continue to work for the welfare of the people and development of the State without looking for the electoral result. However, he wanted the party rank and file to be prepared for the big fight in the election, with an objective to win the election.

Ravi Batchali
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