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Stall Parliament and get special status: Pawan Kalyan to Chandrababu Naidu

PTI
Published Aug 27, 2016, 8:50 pm IST
Updated Aug 27, 2016, 9:14 pm IST
TDP should break up with NDA government if special status not granted to Andhra Pradesh, says Jana Sena Party president.
Telugu film star and Jana Sena Party president, Pawan Kalyan (Photo: DC/File)
 Telugu film star and Jana Sena Party president, Pawan Kalyan (Photo: DC/File)

Tirupati: In a no-holds-barred attack on the Centre and the state government, Telugu film star and Jana Sena Party president Pawan Kalyan on Saturday said here that he would fight till the Centre granted special category state status to Andhra Pradesh.

He demanded that Telugu Desam Party leave the NDA government if it could not fight and achieve the special status as promised by the BJP.

 

He lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi too. "Modi-ji, you said (during the 2014 election campaign) that Congress killed the mother (Andhra Pradesh) and gave birth to a new baby (Telangana). Now, you are trying to cremate the mother," Kalyan said.

He wondered what was stopping TDP from fighting for the rightful demand of special status. "They are apparently afraid that the Centre will send the CBI on them. Do you have anything to hide that you are so scared? Stall Parliament and achieve special status," Kalyan said.

 

"I appeal to the Centre to not look at a few filthy rich TDP MPs like....Grant special status looking at the common people of the state," the actor added.

Referring to the Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapati Raju's claim that three chief ministers were blocking the grant of special status to AP, Kalyan asked, "Why are you then hanging on to your post? Resign and come out."

In his one hour speech, Kalyan said, "Respected sirs of BJP and Congress. We are deeply hurt that you are not able to see our angst, anguish, tears and anger.”

 

"You may be sitting up north and we in down south and think we are not in your vicinity. But we will be in your vicinity and fight for our right. "Hum ladenge...Jeet tak ladenge," he said.

Kalyan said he will organise a series of meetings on the issue beginning with a public meeting at Kakinada on September 9.

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