Pawan Kalyan to meet Chandrababu today!

November 12, 2015 07:51
Pawan Kalyan to meet Chandrababu today!

Pawan Kalyan seeks the appointment of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu and sources say that, the duo meets today.

We already reported that, Pawan Kalyan’s Janasena party was registered recently and declared as the official political party in Telangana. Though the party was announced before 2014 elections, Pawan only concentrated on supporting various leaders in various parties and has been the key reason for their victory in the elections.

Finally, Pawan is now out onto the field. The actor cum politician, who earlier fought with the AP government, regarding the land pooling, has given a gap to the politics for some time.

Now, he is busy participating in Sardaar Gabbar Singh movie shooting. In this week,  Pawan is heading to Gujarat for his next schedule of movie shooting. Meanwhile, he sought the appointment of Naidu, to discuss about a few of the issues.

Earlier, as per Pawan’s request, AP government got compromised in the land poling issue, but it seems the government is again concentrating on it and is keen to collect the land. So, the buzz says that, Pawan is going to discuss about the same issue.

Generally, Pawan had a habit of mentioning about his political meetings through the social networking account, on the beforehand and then move forward. But as there is no such prior intimation this time, the analysts say that, the meeting might not be about the public issue.

A few opine that, as Janasena was recently registered as the official political party in Telangana, Pawan might seek suggestions about the full fledged establishment of the party, keeping in mind the seniority of Chandrababu Naidu in politics.  
However, unless the duo meet today, nothing can be confirmed. So keep visiting, to know the details of Chandrababu and Pawan meet.

By Phani Ch

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