Poor organization by the organizers led to ruckus at the Janasena formation day being held in Guntur district with much ado. The delay in the arrival of Pawan Kalyan, crowd thronged in large numbers resulted in a stampede as mob tried to come close to the dais.

Many of the bouncers, security personnel were seems to be the inexperienced volunteers who were spotted with sticks to control the mob. All these efforts have failed resulting in the broke of stampede. However, cops stepped into action and tried to pacify the situation.

Unlike disciplined political parties such as TDP who have various committees, organized structure to look into minute details, organizing events involving large crowds, Janasena suffered with its teething problems.

Pawan, who was supposed to arrive by 5 PM, has come to the venue opposite Acharya Nagarjuna University by over 1 hour late. Yet, the fans, crowds have waited patiently to catch glimpse of Pawan, his speech.

Pawan’s U Turn: Alleges TDP of Corruption
In what can be the biggest volte face, Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan has teared into Chandrababu Naidu and TDP government accusing it of turning the state into ‘Corruption Andhra Pradesh’. Lashing out at Naidu directly, Pawan criticized each and every act of Chandrababu, his government.

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Starting from sand mafia to Uddhanam to violence against lady government official to Rayalseema’s backwardness to the problems of Prakasam, Uttar Andhra districts, Pawan has not left out a single issue to blame Chandrababu.

In a direct attack, Pawan alleged Chandrababu of doing power politics to make his son Lokesh as the next successor of the state. Alleging Lokesh of involving in corruption, Pawan asked Naidu whether his son Lokesh’s corruption didn’t come to his notice.

Regretting his support to TDP during 2014 polls, Pawan said that Chandrababu has totally failed to deliver what he has promised to the new state. Pawan even raised the aspect of Chandrababu turning emotional in Assembly, and shot back Naidu whether he wasn’t feeling bad about the other issues in the state.

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“Avakasalu Kondarikena? Andariki. Adhikaram Kondarikena? Andariki,” said Pawan rebuking TDP to the core reminding them that the power, opportunities shouldn’t be centred, limited only to a few. At the same time, Pawan didn’t even spare YSRCP and criticized them for not attending Assembly sessions. On the whole, Pawan’s stunning u turn to hit back at TDP is surprising many including political pundits.

Take Money and Vote for Janasena: Pawan
In a shocking remark, Pawan Kalyan too spoke in the same tone, manner of YSRCP’s Jagan Mohan Reddy.

Although general elections are far ahead, Pawan has begun his political campaign of his party at the Jana Sena Maha Sabha, the formation day of the party, held in Guntur.

“Take money from candidates who distribute. Not just Rs 2000, if possible take Rs 5000. But vote for Janasena,” said Pawan. What is striking is that YS Jagan too made similar remarks earlier during 2014 polls, Nandyal by election. Pawan’s speech reminisced Jagan to many. This is not all.

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Asking the people of all walks of life such as students, youth, women,senior citizens, Pawan asked everyone to vote only for Janasena in the coming elections. Pawan said that he would give tickets to young, sincere, hard working youth to contest elections from his party.

Showcasing sympathy on physically challenged people, Pawan announced to provide house, employment security and if needed a helper to physically challenged. Pawan also smartly raised the issue of his daughter, son who are Christians. Stating that he doesn’t have any such favouritsm towards any caste or religion, Pawan also specially mentioned Muslim youth. He promised them of taking care of them.

With this, Pawan has sent a strong signal to all sections of people in AP to vote only for Janasena in the next general elections, stating that he is not for CM post but for people. However, one has to see whether people believe in Pawan or not. #KhabarLive


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