Janasena president Pawan Kalyan addressed a huge public gathering in Vishakapatnam this evening. Besides launching an offensive against the ruling party of Andhra Pradesh, Pawan made startling comments after the crowd started chanting ‘CM.. CM’ slogans during his speech.
Pawan exhorted all his supporters to first vote for his party candidates in places where Janasena is allotted tickets in the upcoming assembly elections. He also asserted that they should vote for TDP candidates as well and ensure that the TDP – JSP alliance ousts the YSRCP government from power for a better development of Andhra Pradesh in the next five years. He openly stated that all admiration and love on him should translate into votes if they want him to see as Chief Minister.
Pawan said if all his supporters ensure that Janasena candidates emerge victorious and also support TDP candidates all over the State in these elections, then he and Chandra Babu Naidu will decide on who will become Chief Minister. He also clarified that Janasena is not walking behind but walking alongside TDP for the betterment of the state. He categorically declared that there is no other alternative to alliance if the interests of the state are to be preserved in the coming years.
Pawan criticized Jagan Mohan Reddy’s government by recalling a song from his Jhonny movie. He said Andhra Pradesh has become a hub for cheap liquor and brown sugar ( drugs). He alleged that the government has been earning crores through the sale of liquor in the last four and a half years.
Pawan said crime against women increased ever since the YSRCP government took charge in 2019. He reiterated that the state is in sixth place in the list of states with high crime rates on women. Pawan also promised to revamp the entire police department if the TDP-JSP alliance is voted to power in 2024.
The Janasena supremo assured that no welfare scheme would be stopped if they come to power. He castigated the ruling government for failing to tackle corruption and violence in the last few years. He promised to extend a helping hand to the farmers who bore the brunt of Cyclone Michaung which left a trail of loss in its wake a few days ago.