Vizag: Pawan Kalyan's proposed meeting with PM Modi sets tongues wagging

It may be recalled that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is visiting Vizag city to lay the foundation stone for various projects and to address a Public Meeting at Andhra University Engineering College grounds on November 12.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  11 Nov 2022 5:13 AM GMT
Vizag: Pawan Kalyans proposed meeting with  PM Modi sets tongues wagging

Jana Sena Party (JSP) chief K Pawn Kalyan is set to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Vizag to discuss various political issues concerning the state.

He will arrive at Vizag airport by a charted aircraft on Friday evening. He will later meet Modi.

It may be recalled that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is visiting Vizag city to lay the foundation stone for various projects and to address a Public Meeting at Andhra University Engineering College grounds on November 12.

Chief minister of Andhra Pradesh YS Jagan Mohan Reddy and many YSRC leaders will also participate. The YSRC leaders have been monitoring the arrangements for the Prime Minister's visit to Vizag. Modi is likely to land in Vizag on Friday evening

Leaders of JSP and BJP confirmed that Pawan will meet Modi on Friday night and the meeting assumes much significance given the recent developments.

Many senior political leaders presume it to be a major development in Andhra Pradesh since Pawan Kalyan is trying to forge an alliance with BJP to defeat YSRC in the 2024 poll.

Pawan Kalyan has been criticizing Jagan Mohan Reddy-led YSRC on many occasions. Pawan Kalyan wants Amaravati to be made the capital of Andhra Pradesh.

It may be mentioned here that Pawan Kalyan did not attend the 125th birth anniversary celebrations of freedom fighter Alluri Sitarama Raju held at Bheemavaram on July 4. The meeting was attended by Prime Minister and the Chief Minister. Narsapur MP K Raghurama Krishna Raju was not allowed to the meeting despite having an invitation from the union government.

BJP leaders said that Pawan will meet Modi but will not attend the public meeting on November 12.

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