Lok Satta founder and former bureaucrat Jayaprakash Narayana parted ways with Jana Sena founder Pawan Kalyan. Dumping the much-talked about and short lived Joint Fact Finding Committee (JFC) floated by Pawan Kalyan, the Lok Satta chief had come up with a new panel to complete the unfinished task. He claimed that his new panel would start working on the requirements of the State in the post-bifurcation.
The JFC had come up with some statistical data relating the funds exchanged between the State and the Central government. The JFC had also released the statement but Pawan Kalyan lost his way and did not know what to do next and where to go. He had also differed with the TDP and broke his alliance. He made serious comments against the TDP and its failures. His corruption charges against the TDP were not in the liking of most of the TDP supporters. Perhaps, Jayaprakash Narayana doesn’t want Pawan Kalyan to make any personal allegations on any individual instead, target them on mistakes they made in implementing policies and misusing of the funds.
Now, Jayaprakash Narayana wants to do this battle on his own, he found some more intellectuals to fight his battle . His team now would target BJP for not implementing the promises made to residual Andhra Pradesh in bifurcation ACT.
Jayaprakash Narayana wanted that the JFC’s target should be the Central government as they can always find time to blame TDP for its failures. “We can always question the State government anytime. Let us first question the Central government first” was Jayaprakash Narayan’s message to JFC . This was not a welcome move for Pawan Kalyan as he wanted to target the ruling TDP for its flip/flop between Special Category Status and Special Package. Pawan also wanted to question the ruling TDP first in misusing of the funds.