Chittoor: Criticising Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu for not striving for the development of his native Chittoor district, Jana Sena president Pawan Kalyan wondered how he would safeguard the interests of the State. Many of the poll promises made by Naidu in 2014 elections are yet to be fulfilled, the Jana Sena chief pointed out.
Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan holding the national flag and greeting people in Chittoor on Tuesday
Pawan Kalyan received warm welcome from his supporters and fans when he visited the Chittoor city on Tuesday. Before taking part in the public meeting held at Gandhi statue here, , Pawan visited Durgamma Temple here and offered prayers to Goddess Gangamma.
Pawan wondered why no compensation was paid to victims when the Chittoor Municipal Corporation had demolished buildings for road expansion. He pointed out that compensation was paid under similar circumstances at Srikalahasti, Vizianagaram and Nandyal towns.
He regretted that Chittoor Cooperative Dairy, Chittoor Sugar Factory and Renigunta Sugar factory located in the Chief Minister’s native district were closed long back under the TDP rule. Pawan pointed out that victims who lost their structures during the road expansion in Chittoor also representing the ruling TDP had approached him seeking justice. He said Jana Sena would fight to protect their interests.
Over 100 buildings situated along the P H Road in Chittoor were demolished two months ago during the road expansion. Pawan assured justice to victims once the Jana Sena comes to power after the next elections.