Pawan Kalyan fiery speech on special status for Andhra Pradesh

September 09, 2016 17:48
Pawan Kalyan fiery speech on special status for Andhra Pradesh

Powerstar Pawan Kalyan on today gave a fiery speech much to the delight of his fans on special status for Andhra Pradesh. He warned the ruling party and the central government that Jana Sena Army will fight it out in achieving special status for the state. He reiterated that he will fight for the peoples cause and ensure a better life for the people of Andhra Pradesh.

He asked, Avanthi Srinivas garu, if you really care for the Seemandhra people, resign from your post and become an inspiration to the rest of the leaders. Our Jana Sena army promise that we will vote you back to power again.”

He said that, I am not opposing the rich and industrialist leaders and their earnings. But if they use power for only their personal benefits, I have a serious objection to it.”

He added, I opposed my own brother, sister-in-law, mother and the entire family and supported TDP and BJP by risking my life. But today, both the parties have cheated the people.”

He asked “all the BJP MPs and MLAs including Venkaiah Naidu killed Seemandhra people. I request them to quit BJP and choose another party.”

He vociferously said that, “Telangana honoured its martyrs with a memorial. I ask Chandrababu Naidu now - where is the memorial for Seemandhra martyrs. Where is your request towards our martyrs?”

He warned and said, Dear TDP leaders, I can show you daylight stars for the coming two and a half years if I want to and you rightly deserve it. But I'm being patient. Congress leaders must apologise to Seemandhra people before they roam on the streets of AP again.

He concluded his speech by telling that, “The South Indians love the country as much as the North Indians do. We shed tears when our soldiers died in the Kargil War. Let's show our love and respect towards our country. Bharat Matha Ki Jai! Jai Hind!!”


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By Premji

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