Chandrababu & Pawan's Collusion Politics Against YS Jagan Exposed

The sequence of the  programs conducted by Jana Sena leader Pawan Kalyan parallel to the YSR Congress Party President YS Jagan Mohan Reddy's agitations on different Andhra Pradesh issues made it clear that Pawan in collusion with Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu was trying hard to diminish the growing popularity of YS Jagan ever since the opposition leader launched agitation in 2015 in support of Farmers who lost their lands in Amaravathi. 

The secret understanding between Chandrababu and Pawan was exposed several times as Pawan targeted YS Jagan instead of nailing Chandrababu for his failures in fulfilling the promises as well as in mounting pressure on the centre for special status and railway zone in Visakhapatnam.  

It all began when YS Jagan launched agitation in March, 2015 in support of farmers who gave away lands forcefully. Soon after YSR Congress leader announced his fight, Pawan entered the scene and visited the villages even before YS Jagan held dharnas. 

Similarly, YS Jagan announced his agitation for special status and also state bandh on August 29 in 2015.  A day before bandh, Pawan raised the special status issue through tweets.

Against the centre's announcement of special package in lieu of special status, YS Jagan along with all opposition parties called state bandh on September 10. On the same day, Pawan held a public meeting in Kakinada and spoke about the centre.  

With in four days after YS Jagan conducted 'Jai Andhra Pradesh Meeting' on November 6 in Visakhapatnam,  Pawan held Jai Seemandhra agitation in Anantapur and raised the same issues for which the YSR Congress is fighting.  

Pawan also imitated YS Jagan in the fight on Agri Gold, Polavaram and minimum support price to protect the distressed farmers. Analysts says Chandrababu was using Pawan as pawn in a bid to weaken YS Jagan but the YSR Congress leader's unrelenting struggle to the cause of Andhra Pradesh consolidated his position with the increasing people's support.
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