Definitely do what YSRCP doesn't want to happen- Pawan KalyanMarch 15, 2023 14:47
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Definitely do what YSRCP doesn't want to happen- Pawan Kalyan:- Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan participated in the Janasena 10th formation day event which was held at Machilipatnam and made some key comments that indirectly hinted in alliance in coming 2024 elections with parties. Recently, Andhra pradesh CM YS Jagan challenged Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan to contest the elections individually from 175 seats. Pawan Kalyan responding to YS Jagan's challenge told that his party will definitely do what YSRCP doesn't want to happen.
Janasena chief asked his party members not to believe the rumors spread over about the seat sharing and alliance with Telugu Desam Party. Pawan Kalyan said "I respect Chandra Babu Naidu as he served as chief minister of AP. Our recent meetings are issue-based and I never made any secret agreements on seat sharing and alliance. I'll never take any decision which hurts you."
రాష్ట్ర రాజకీయాల్లో జనసేన బలమైన సంతకం చేస్తుంది— JanaSena Party (@JanaSenaParty) March 14, 2023
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He said about the BJP and Narendra Modi, "I admire PM Narendra Modi for his strong leadership. National leadership of BJP assured a plan to become an alternative force in the state. But it failed to give an action plan. We proposed a long march in support of Amaravati farmers, but the state leadership of BJP postponed it. We supported them, when they contested Tirupati by election. Despite our efforts to sail together, there is poor response from BJP state leadership. This is major reason behind making statements on uniting opposition parties."
Pawan Kalyan asked Kapu community leaders in his speech to play a big brother role in uniting BCs, SCs and other castes to become a deciding factor in coming 2024 elections.
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