Pawan Kalyan doesn't want to complain on Jagan to Amit Shah; deal with situation himself

Pawan Kalyan is expected to meet Governor Biswabhushan Harichandan on Tuesday.


MANGALAGIRI: "We would not travel to Delhi to meet Union Minister Amit Shah to express our displeasure with the YSRCP, nor do we want to complain against the State Government. We know exactly how to protect our Andhra Pradesh and Telugu soil," said Janasena president Pawan Kalyan while challenging Pawan Kalyan YSRCP on Monday."

While addressing the media at the Janasena party office in Mangalagiri on Monday, Pawan Kalyan said, "We had planned to hold Janavani programmes in various parts of the state, starting with Visakhapatnam City, Srikakulam, and Vijaynagaram, but YSRCP deliberately scheduled the Visakha Garjana programme on the same day to thwart our programmes. We had planned Janavani programmes with a view collecting grievances from the public and to distribute cheques amounting to Rs. 5 lakhs to Janasena activists, but the state government intentionally thwarted our programmes."

He went on to say, "The YSRCP ministers alleged that their vehicles were reportedly obstructed and damaged while they were returning from the Visakha Garjana event at Visakapatnam airport, and it was very evident that the attack was planned by the YSRCP ministers themselves because they did not have any security."

"They booked 14 party members on attempted murder charges just for asking permission for my visit to Visakhapatnam, and a woman named Rupa, who was not at all related to this incident, was allegedly house arrested," he said.

The actor-turned-politician who had gone to Visakhapatnam two days ago to participate in the Janavani programme was allegedly forced to stay back in the Novotel hotel in Visakhapatnam. He was denied permission to hold a rally by the YSRCP government. Pawan took a chartered flight to Gannavaram airport on Monday afternoon and reached his Managalagiri party office later in the day.

Janasena leaders and activists were" illegally arrested and cases of attempted murder were filed in" Visakhapatnam. Janasena Party president Pawan Kalyan visited Mangalagiri to fight the legal battle.

The Janasena party officials said, "The police have imposed restrictions in Visakhapatnam without giving the party officials a chance to interact with the people. Such restrictions will not be tolerated. We will fight the battle legally to control Jaganmohan Reddy's government so that such restrictions are not imposed in the future."

Pawan Kalyan is expected to meet Governor Biswabhushan Harichandan on Tuesday to brief him on the incidents occurred at Visakhapatnam Airport and the police response.

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