No Friendship Where There Is No Respect: Kalyan

Actor turned politician and founder president of Jana Sena Party (JSP) Pawan Kalyan today said that his party would not do friendship with any political party which did not respect it.

Hyderabad, March 14 (Maxim News): Actor turned politician and founder president of Jana Sena Party (JSP) Pawan Kalyan today said that his party would not do friendship with any political party which did not respect it. Targeting his party’s ally BJP, he claimed that the party leaders from Telangana told him that the BJP leaders did not give them the respect they deserve. He also claimed that the state leadership of the BJP was not able to accept the JSP in Telangana.

He made these remarks while addressing media persons in the city after taking part in the foundation day celebrations of the party at its headquarters. Speaking on the occasion, he said that the party leaders from Telangana said that although the party had good relations with the central leadership of the BJP, there was no such relationship with the state unit of the saffron party. Pawan said that the Organizational building of the party was going on in active manner. He said that the party candidates would give a tough fight to their rivals in Khammam elections.

He said that the main objective of their party was to give to power to the people of oppressed sections and BCs. He made it clear that the party would go ahead in the field of politics from Telangana. Citing that the people are suffering due to the mistakes of the rulers, he said that his wish was to separate both. He also said that it was unfortunate that caste based politics were being witnessed in the two Telugu speaking states . He made it clear that he had entered into an alliance with the BJP as it extended support at the time of the bifurcation of the state. He said that AP was still suffering due to the injustices done to it at the time of its bifurcation. (Maxim News)

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