Chandrababu And Pawan Kalyan to Re-Unite

Hyderabad, Jan 8 (Maxim News): Telugu Desam Party National President, Chandrababu Naidu and Jana Sena Chief Pawan Kalyan held a meeting for a couple of hours, here today and decided to unite all the political parties and public associations to safeguard democracy.

Immediately after the meeting, they lashed out at the YSRCP government for its age-old policies being implemented in the state. Chandrababu Naidu said that they have discussed only the G.O. brought by the YSRCP government to impose restrictions on public meetings and road shows.

The TDP chief claimed that the constitution has not prevailed in the Andhra Pradesh state and said they would unite all the political parties. He said YSRCP has brought the G O pertaining to British rule in India and bulldozing the constitution. Stating that alliances are common in politics, he said that they would decide on the alliances in the coming days at the time of the election.

Taking a further dig, Naidu said that YSRCP is acting in vengeance and creating hurdles in all aspects whenever he fights for the public. He said their primary goal is to safeguard the constitution by fighting against the government taking people’s support.

Pawan Kalyan stated that he had met Naidu to express solidarity over the Kuppam incidents. Pawan Kalyan said they have discussed the cancellation of pensions, and problems of farmers, people and GO. Pawan lashed out at the atrocities of the YSRCP government and the encroachment of Chandrababu’s rights in Kuppam.

Pawan Kalyan said that he would discuss with all the parties and the BJP to unite them to fight against YSRCP and ensure that the anti-votes would not split. However, Pawan Kalyan welcomed the BRS party into Andhra Pradesh and stated that it is a good thing for the new parties to emerge. (Maxim News)


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