'It's war from today': Pawan Kalyan says Jana Sena flag will unfurl in AP soon

This comes after the Andhra Pradesh police issued a notice preventing Pawan Kalyan from holding rallies and meetings during his recent visit to Visakhapatnam.

By Sri Lakshmi Muttevi  Published on  18 Oct 2022 11:16 AM GMT
Its war from today: Pawan Kalyan says Jana Sena flag will unfurl in AP soon

Amaravati: Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan has thrown an open challenge to the ruling YSRCP and said the Jana Sena flag will unfurl in Andhra Pradesh soon. This comes after the Andhra Pradesh police issued a notice preventing Pawan Kalyan from holding rallies and meetings during his recent visit to Visakhapatnam.

Addressing his supporters in Mangalagiri, Pawan Kalyan said he is ready for a war with the YSRCP. "It's war from today. Are you ready?" he asked.

He hit back at the YSRCP government and played a video of Chief Minister Y.S Jagan Mohan Reddy on the screens for the public to view. The video showed YSRCP leaders using vulgar language in various situations.

He called the ruling party leaders "goondas and criminals" and said, "I know how to use such language, but my patience has protected YSRCP leaders till now. Just because I act in films, you cannot see me as a weak person. I was brought up in Bapatla."

Speaking about the party's future agenda, Pawan Kalyan said each caste should be given priority and developed. "From today, the political situation in the state will change. I am not here to sit on the throne but to make sure that criminal politics vanishes," Pawan Kalyan said and added that the Jana Sena flag will unfurl in Andhra Pradesh.

Addressing the public, Pawan Kalyan shared details of his income and savings and how he used them for the party. "In the last eight years, I acted in six films, earning Rs. 100-120 crores, and I paid Rs. 33,37,476 as tax. I established the party office by breaking the fixed deposit kept for my children. To date, Rs. 12 crores have been donated as funds for the party, the Hudhud cyclone fund, the PM fund, and the CM relief fund. Apart from this, I donated Rs. 30 lakhs for the Ayodhya temple," he said and added that he will continue acting in films to earn money to fund the party.

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