Pawan Kalyan trying to mislead people

Eluru: YSR Congress Party MLC and West Godavari district party president Alla Nani said that Jana Sena president Pawan Kalyan was trying to mislead people while he continues to be a close ally of the TDP. It was foolish on Pawan's part to comment on YSRCP President YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, who has been striving for the welfare of the state and its people, he added.

Talking to press persons here today, Alla Nani said it was the ignorance of Pawan that made him challenge YSRCP Chief for a debate on issues related to Bhimavaram. Having been in Bhimavaram for the last four days, why hasn't the Jana Sena chief visited Tundurru, he asked. He said the actor turned politician had no right to criticise YS Jagan when he was unable to address the issues of Tundurru Porata Samiti, despite them meeting him several times to explain their problems.

The YSRCP MLC said since YS Jagan's priority was to understand people's problems, he toured Tundurru. After having understood the problems faced by aqua industry, YSRCP President had raised the issue in the state legislative assembly. He reminded the press persons that late Chief Minister Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy was the person who had laid the foundation for development of West Godavari district.

Alla Nani challenged Pawan Kalyan for a debate on the developmental activities in the district. He wanted to know what had Chiranjeevi done for the district while he was the union minister. Since Pawan was favourable to TDP,  the Jana Sena chief has not raised a word against Polavaram, he said. He remarked that Jana Sena was thriving on unethical political practices and that was the reason they were making personal comments against YSRCP leaders.

He further said Pawan who claims to form a team of MPs and fight for SCS to AP had never bothered to look at YSRCP MPs while they were on indefinite hunger strike in New Delhi after quitting their posts. People have not forgotten the buying of YSRCP MLAs, they would definitely teach a lesson to TDP and people who support TDP, he added.

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