Pawan wishes repeat of JS-TD-BJP alliance in AP 2024 polls
Vijayawada: Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan on Friday wished for a repeat of the Jana Sena-Telugu Desam-BJP alliance in 2024 polls, just as the three parties had successfully contested and won the 2014 Assembly elections.
Addressing the media at his party headquarters in Mangalagiri on Friday, he underlined that his party had extended support to TD and BJP in the 2014 polls with the sole aim of ensuring the development of the residuary AP state. He wants the same alliance to once again unite to unseat the YSRC government in AP.
Pawan said he has submitted a proposal to BJP’s top leadership in this regard in Delhi. He wished they would accept his proposal for the tripartite alliance in AP.
The JS chief alleged that all employees, whether belonging to All India or state services, are not getting wages in the state on a regular basis. He said the state government authorities are regularly going to Delhi seeking financial support so that they could at least pay salaries to government employees.
Pawan accused the YSRC government of targeting those who are speaking against it. “They have even booked people on charges of sedition for criticising the government,” he pointed out.
The JS leader advised Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy to approach Prime Minister Narendra Modi for setting up boards for crops like coconut and cashew nuts in places where they are being grown in large quantities.