Pawan’s comment raises heat in AP

| | Amaravati

Apart from cold waves of winter season, political war also taking many twists in Andhra Pradesh as Jana Sena Party chief and film star Pawan Kalyan’s surprise juggling comments amused


Pawan’s political warnings and comments in an agitation programme against the  Government of India’s decision to privatise Dredging Corporation of India at Visakhapatnam gave

unexpected counters from YSRCP Chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy who is on his 29th day of State tour on foot.

On Thursday, at Singanamala of Anantapur district, Jagan commented as ‘Pawan has no subject’ in a chit chat with media. ‘His action is of a two or three days.

That’s it’, Jagan denied to identify Pawan’s political strength.

“If YSR Government was corrupt, how Chiranjeevi (brother of Pawan) had merged his party Praja Rajyam into Congress.

On Wednesday, in Visakhapatnam, while addressing a gathering at Visakhapatnam, Pawan has criticised the corruption practices happened in YS Rajasekhar Reddy’s regime. “Inexperienced persons can’t justify to the seat of the Chief Minister.

Just with Paada Yatra (Jagan’s State tour on foot), no one would become Chief Minister”, Pawan criticised vehemently. Adding further emotional and cheerful speech to his fans, Pawan even warned the BJP for betraying promises given to Andhra Pradesh at the time of bifurcation.

“BJP is only a Hindutva party. It has no diversified character. Even I supported BJP openly in 2014 elections believing it would help the State.

As of today, still many promises are in pending. If the BJP ignores its election promises made to Andhra people, remember, the BJP defeat will start from Visakhapatnam”, he clarified his future political stand.

In another media Conference, YSRCP official spokesperson Vasireddy Padma has strongly

condemned the comments of Pawan Kalyan and demanded his explanation on failures of Chandrababu as Pawan

supported the TDP and BJP.

“He can’t escape from his responsibilities as he is also part of the TDP Government”, she




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