Jana Sena Party President Pawan Kalyan has raised the “fear factor” among citizens of the state and accused the government of unleashing a reign of terror in various forms.
At an impressive public gathering here on Saturday after a thunderous road show, Mr. Pawan Kalyan accused the state of trying to instill a sense of fear among people in order to “carry on its prey.”
He also recalled the “sluggish investigation” into the gruesome murder of former MP YS Vivekananda Reddy, the chief minister’s paternal uncle, in order to highlight the “poor legal and regulatory situation” in the state.
Pawan Kalyan called on the people to speak out against the “oppressive government” and said it was time for voters to show their power.
“Strike back. You can break the bonds,” he said to the rousing cheers of the people.
The JSP president accused the government of supporting “Goonda and faction” elements in the Rayalaseema region and proposed the YSRCP for incorporating “the home of Sri Krishna Devaraya, Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy, Annamacharya and Veerabrahmendra Swamy Land had reduced violent and Ruffian elements. ”
In the face of attacks from people committed to the YSRCP, he dared to confront the leaders of the ruling party, but spared the common man.
“Pawan Kalyan is ready to face you directly, leave the people,” he said, adding that the state will see a change of direction in the coming days.
Mr Pawan Kalyan explained why the JSP had decided to give up its claim to the Tirupati seat in favor of the BJP, stating that Jana Sena believes that only a national party can advance development projects and tackle burning issues like that at the same time Felling of Redsander trees in the Seshachalam forest, attempts at conversion, sacrilege of idols, etc.
The BJP-JSP candidate, K. Ratna Prabha, tied a “rakhi” to Mr. Pawan Kalyan, calling him her “brother” who would ensure her victory in the by-election.
State co-leader Sunil Deodhar cheered the audience up by referring to Pawan Kalyan’s film titles such as “Vakeelsaab” and “Gabbar Singh”.
Nadendla Manohar, head of the Political Advisory Council of the JSP (PAC), peeled the ruling party for filing fake cases against Jana Sainiks.
BJP President Somu Veerraju spoke.