No need of teaching democracy to Adivasis: Pawan Kalyan

By Sreenivasa Rao Dasari  Published on  17 Sep 2019 3:42 PM GMT
No need of teaching democracy to Adivasis: Pawan Kalyan

Amaravati : Jana Sena President Pawan Kalyan said that Adivasis don’t need to learn what’s democracy from us. In fact, we have to learn democratic ways from Adivasis, he said.

A book was released at an all-Party meet on Monday. The book talks about the problems and hidden agenda involved in Uranium mining proposal in Nallamala forest area. It’ll focus on the activists of ‘Movement Against Uranium Project’. Anyone interested to understand the implications of the uranium mining in Nallamala forest.

Pawan Kalyan and Congress MP Revanth Reddy spoke at the round table conference on Uranium mining in Nallamala forest area. The Jana Sena chief further questioned whether Adivasis are treated like fellow Indians.

Mallikarjun, a Chenchu leader from Nallamala forest area, said that tribals have a unique living tradition. Opposing the Uranium mining in their area, he said that that would kill the bio-diversity of the Nallamala forest area.

Speaking on the political developments in Andhra Pradesh, Mr Pawan Kalyan said that “I express my grief over the sudden death of Kodela Sivaprasada Rao. it was political harassment. He should have fought against the allegations, corrupt charges and blackmailing politics levelled against him. Kodela held several positions in his long political career.”

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