Film star and Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan said that his party will be contesting 2019 of general elections from the state.
The Party’s 1st office in Anantapur; slogan is Jai Jawan-Jai Kisan
Anantapur: Film star and Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan said that his party will be contesting 2019 of general elections from the state. Experts are preparing that the party manifesto that will take in all sections of society and address a long pending issue, he said. He did not mention any poll partner. The party’s first office will be set up in Anantapur soon and the party slogan is “Jai Jawan-Jai Kisan”.
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Addressing a huge crowd of the youngsters at a public meeting at the Junior College grounds here, Mr. Kalyan lashed out at the central government for ignoring a Special Category Status to the state and special package for Rayalaseema and Uttarandhra regions.
The Centre had cheated the state and have sanctioned funds similar to what other states get, he said. He said Union ministers Arun Jailed and the M.Venkaiah Naidu are giving contradictory statements about a special package with the difference of more than Rs 23,000 or in the amounts.
“I have great respect for the Prime Minister Narendra Modi but I also dare to speak against him in an interests of the people of the state who was suffered a lot during bifurcation. I recently wrote a letter to the Prime Minister seeking to unity SCS,” the Jana Sena chief said.
Instead of felicitating the two Union ministers, Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu must have resorted to more revolutionary methods to get justice because the SCS was in the Bifurcation Act.
Recalling his alliance with a Telugu Desam and BJP, the film star-turned-politician said he supported them because he was seeking a justice for the state after the bifurcation.
“Neither Mr. Naidu nor Mr. Jagan Mohan is my enemies but the Jana Sena will fight against them for genuine causes and issues.” He warned that another separatist movement was possible if backward regions of Rayalaseema and Uttarandhra are neglected.