Pawan Kalyan to decide on poll alliance after mandal-level study
Vijayawada: Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan said that whether his party would contest alone or in alliance with other political parties in the upcoming elections in the state would be decided after carrying out a comprehensive study on several issues at the mandal level.
Addressing party in-charges of Assembly constituencies at the party office in Mangalagiri on Saturday, he said there is still time to think of political alliances with other parties. He opined that if they work hard and reach out to people, their party would be elected to power.
Pawan Kalyan said that Jana Sena is going strong throughout the state by reaching out to people. He opined that people are empathising with whatever the issue they are raising. This phenomenon is strong, especially in erstwhile Godavari districts.
The Jana Sena chief alleged that there is no rule of law in the state under the reign of YSRC. He said the YSRC government is involved in high-level corruption and nearly 70 per cent of people have realised the misrule of YSRC in the state.
He criticised the steep rise in ganja sales in the state and disappearance of 30,000 girls. He accused the state government of failing to address these issues.
Pawan Kalyan felt if the state is not protected from such misrule, it will ruin Andhra Pradesh. He said the main objective of Jana Sena is to contest the upcoming polls, bring stability and address all issues affecting the people of the state.