Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan, who previously announced that he would compete against BJP government at the Centre. He said that he would tour all districts and talk to the people on issues like special status for Andhra Pradesh.
On Thursday the actor used the Twitter modem, to throw questions to the BJP leadership. However, none of the issues was particularly related to Telugu people, nor part of BJP’s poll promise.
He simply asked some general issues, usually opposition chooses to brand the party as a `communal’.
The actor-turned-politician supported the BJP during 2014 General Elections. He took to Twitter stating that he wanted to talk with the party on the various issues.
He claimed that he has made these questions after taking inputs from intellectuals, senior politicians and senior journalists, plus representatives of various sections of the population, mostly who supported BJP in 2014 polls.
He Tweeted , ‘The ‘Jana Sena Party’ which had supported the BJP & TDP alliance in 2014 elections in both AP, Telangana but also in Karnataka (for BJP) would like to communicate to BJP led central Govt on the following issues: Cow Slaughter, Rohit Vemula Suicide, Patriotism, Demonetisation and AP Special Status.
He also announced that he would talk about other issues in the following days.
He asked the party as to why the party has not imposed the beef ban in Goa state which ruled by BJP. If the party was sincere on the prohibition of cow slaughter, he advised them to advise its leaders and workers not to wear leather belts and footwear. He also recommended each BJP worker should adopt one cow.
BY M. DIVYA SRI