Jana sena not to contest

Jana sena not to contest

Jana sena not to contest, Pawan Kalyan, Pawan Kalyan\'s Meeting in Vizag, jana Sena. About the division of the State, Pawan Kalyan said that he was very much worried about the way of dividing the State but not for the division.

• In search of value-based leaders for polls

• entered politics to question corrupt politicians

• Declares support to Narendra Modi as PM candidate

• Warns detractors of retaliation

• backs PRP merger with Congress

Visakhapatnam: “Unable to digest the dirty politics and greatly moved away with the unilateral process of division of the State by the ruling Congress party, I entered politics by floating a new party Jana Sena and not for any selfish gains but to question and pull up the seasonal politicians who had totally neglected the public welfare under the guise of their own contracts and businesses,” remarked founder president of Jana Sena Pawan Kalyan.

As part of his maiden visit to the city after floating a new political party, Pawan Kalyan addressed a large gathering, mostly of youth, fans, well wishers and sympathisers at the Indira Priyadarshini Municipal Stadium here on Thursday. Referring to the allegations by some politicians that Pawan is an actor, script reader and floated the party very late, the actor-turned politician replied that unless he got corruption-free, value-based and patriotic youth leaders, the Jana Sena would never contest in the elections. He said that the new party was floated not because of vote bank and to exploit general public in the guise of ministerial portfolios adding that generally floating a new party would hurt the existing parties. Accepting that he is an actor and acting for livelihood, he said the present politicians were publicly cheating poor and common people using political stage. “If any political party or leader, hurt by my words or speeches want to attack through media or in-person, I am ready to retaliate with my members,” he thundered in a tension-ridden voice.

About the division of the State, Pawan Kalyan said that he was very much worried about the way of dividing the State but not for the division. The ruling Congress has never clarified what would be done to Seemandhra and Telangana and thus deceived mostly Seemandhra people. Unable to control the anger and the agony of Seemandhra people, the Jana Sena has emerged, he added amid a loud applause from the youth. Throughout the speech, the youth, fans and well-wishers waved flags and banners at their leader. “I think that all of you have a question in your minds that why I kept quiet when the Praja Rajyam Party was merged with the Congress. I and you all respect my brother Chiranjeevi who had floated the PRP with a high hope of social justice. I thought the PRP-Congress merger would no doubt help for the further development of the State and that was why I remained silent,” he clarified.

Pawan said he had no election manifesto except to fight against corrupt and selfish political leaders of all parties with ‘six Isms’-- all are equal before law, to elect only patriotic politicians who work for society, select politicians with ethics and free from caste, colour, creed and religion.

In an emotional tone, he said that he was looking for those who love the country and people. “I am even ready to sacrifice my life for the sake of the country and people,” announced amid loud cheers from the audience. At the end of his speech, praising the development work done by Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, he called upon the youth to support the candidature of Modi as Prime Ministerial candidate.

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