Pawan To Meet Chandra Babu: What’s Cooking:- Powerstar Pawan Kalyan who has been occupied with back to back films revealed that his party Janasena will contest in the upcoming 2019 Assembly elections in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. He is busy wrapping up Trivikram’s movie which has been aimed for October release. The actor is busy constructing his party and several teams have busy with the part activities. Pawan who has been expressing his views on twitter has been inactive from sometime. Telugu speaking states have been eagerly waiting for Pawan to announce his next step.
Now the latest update is that Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandra Babu Naidu is said to have given appointment for Pawan Kalyan amidst packed schedules. Babu has been closely monitoring the Presidential elections which is taking place today. Babu even took the Nandyal bypolls seriously and he is going to meet the doctors of Harvard today. Despite of being busy. Babu gave a positive nod when Pawan wanted to meet the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh which is now trending all over.
Pawan is said to be discussing about the Uddanam kidney issues with Babu after he submits a detailed report on the complete issue. Pawan is all set to reveal Babu about the measures to be taken by the government. Pawan will be meeting Babu in Amaravathi after a long gap. Apart from these, there are talks that Chandra Babu and Pawan Kalyan will be discussing about the capital construction along with the special status. Pawan Kalyan is keen on the problems of the people and a team of doctors along with Janasena have been working on the issue after Pawan Kalyan met the Uddanam kidney victims.
The whole political circles across Andhra Pradesh has been eagerly waiting for the meet. There are even talks that YSRCP Chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has been holding talks to tie up with Janasena after his political strategist Prasanth Kishore suggested. The party leaders have been trying to meet Pawan Kalyan at the earliest. However Pawan Kalyan is yet to reveal about his political plans for 2019 Assembly elections.