Pawan a psychopath, sold Jana Sena for Naidu: AP Minister Jogi

VIJAYAWADA: Minister for housing Jogi Ramesh slammed Jana Sena chief K. Pawan Kalyan and warned him against making inappropriate comments about Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy. Hitting back at Pawan's criticism, the minister said the Jana Sena chief didn’t have the stature to criticize Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy.

Speaking at a press meet here on Sunday, Ramesh pointed out that Pawan had sold his party to Naidu as he went to Rajahmundry jail to console Chandrababu in the guise of ‘mulaqaat’ (meeting) but it turned out to be a ‘milaqaat’ (colluding) of Telugu Desam and JS for the sake of Naidu.

The minister said that TD general secretary Lokesh and other leaders had insulted Pawan’s mother. But, stooping to the lowest for ‘package’ money, the Jana Sena chief forgot all insults only to save his ‘adopted father’ Naidu.

objecting to calling the CM names, the minister termed Pawan a psychopath and said Pawan’s fans and Kapu community realised and were ready to disown him and warned him of stone-pelting by them, he said.

Ramesh faulted Pawan’s unilateral decision of allying with TD by killing the aspirations of Jana Sena activists. “Pawan Kalyan!, If you ask, the five crore people of Andhra Pradesh will tell you what the stature of Jagan Mohan Reddy as an able, valiant, courageous administrator and the best Chief Minister, who proved his mettle by fulfilling all poll promises.

The people of the state are now well aware that you are the Naidu’s lapdog. This is the fact”, he said.

He asked Pawan what he did when he was working in his brother Chiranjeevi’s Praja Rajyam Party, which was later merged into the Congress. He said, “In 2014, Pawan formed Jana Sena and baulked at contesting polls. In the 2019 elections, you contested in alliance with Lefties against the incumbent.

Now, you have become a slave to Naidu, by selling your party to him. You are titled as a package star. You can never erase your identity as Naidu's adopted son.”

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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