Pawan Kalyan assures a debt-free Andhra Pradesh

March 15, 2022 09:02
Pawan Kalyan assures a debt-free Andhra Pradesh

Pawan Kalyan assures a debt-free Andhra Pradesh:- Two years before the Assembly elections in Andhra Pradesh, Janasena Chief Pawan Kalyan announced that his party would make it to power and will dethrone the ruling YSRCP which left the state in deep financial debts. Pawan Kalyan assured that AP will turn debt-free if Janasena forms the government in the state. He also promised that his party will have a special focus on the capital of the state Amaravati. He slammed the ruling YSRCP for ignoring Amaravati on the name of three capitals in the state. Pawan also promised that Janasena is not focused on splitting the anti-YSRCP votes in the upcoming 2024 elections.

"I am waiting for the roadmap of BJP to dethrone YSRCP in the next polls. AP is now left in a deep financial crisis and it would reach new heights in the next couple of years. My focus would stay on making AP debt-free and Janasena will allocate a special budget for the construction of the capital Amaravati. We always start our work with a positive vibe. But the leaders of YSRCP started their rule by demolishing the Praja Vedika. With their improper sand policy, the future of 30 lakh building workers is at risk. YSRCP leaders have taken an oath to destroy the state which left AP in deep financial hurdles. Amaravati will be the capital of Andhra Pradesh and no government has the right to shift the capital. Policies cannot be changed along with Chief Ministers" told Pawan Kalyan.

"YS Jagan promised to support the capital when he was the opposition leader but he changed his word after getting to power. He proposed three capital rule which was opposed by the people of the state. We will cancel the Contributory Pension Scheme after coming to power. All the vacant government posts will be filled soon. Janasena will create five lakh private jobs every year in the state" concluded Pawan Kalyan.

(Video Source: JanaSena Party)

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