On Sunday, politician and Janasena Party Chairman Pawan Kalyan fought for an alternative rule in Andhra Pradesh to free people from the chaotic rule of the Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) and YS Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy.
“The state will go into darkness if the votes against the YSRCP are divided. An alternative ruling is the need of time for the future of Andhra Pradesh. The votes against the ruling government’s vote should not be divided to protect the state and coalitions should be useful to the people and not for personal gain,” said Pawan Kalyan.
Pawan Kalyan, often referred to as the Power Star by fans and supporters, spoke out against the ruling party in Andhra Pradesh (YSRCP) at its founding day meeting in Nandyal.
The actor-turned-politician emphasized, “If the anti-YSRCP vote splits between parties, they will come to power again. As a result Andhra Pradesh will be pushed into the dark.”
Pawan Kalayan is part of the NDA led by the BJP, and in 2014 the party along with the BJP contested elections along with the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and formed the government in Andhra Pradesh. However, ahead of the 2019 poll, then-TDP Minister and Director, Chandrababu Naidu, had left the coalition.
Without naming the TDP, Pawan Kalyan said, “The BJP and Janasena fought together in the 2014 election. In my view, the alliance must be beneficial to the people. I will not allow the division of votes against YSRCP. ”
“At the moment, we are allied with the BJP. We put the future of Andhra Pradesh and the situation here on the Center’s announcement. I hope they will understand,” Kalyan said, alluding to his soft stance towards with TDP.
Pawan Kalyan added that there is a powerful alternative and all should join hands for the future of Andhra Pradesh.
“The government will fall further if the anti-government vote splits. If we look at the state of the state today, we can get a sense of how bad the law and order situation is. . of girls are at stake,” Pawan Kalyan allegedly, targeted the YSRCP government led by YS Jagan.