If the sources are to be believed, Pawan Kalyan is getting ready to fight against the Tamilnadu government for the welfare of the Telugu people in Tamilnadu.
In 2006, the Tamilnadu government introduced a G.O called ‘Nirabandha Tamil’, implying to study in Tamil only. With this, the minority language students are unable to study in their mother tongue. Regarding this, Tamil Nadu Telugu Yuva Shakthi organization has begun campaigning in both the states and even conducted dharna in Hyderabad too.
It is then, the issue reached Pawan Kalyan and reportedly he decided to fight for the rights of Telugu people. But the close circles of Pawan say that, he would not react against the Tamilnadu government, but just seek to safeguard the rights of the Telugu people.
Regarding the issue, Pawan Kalyan comes forward by the end of the month and even meet Tamilnadu Chief Minister Jayalalitha and speak on the issue. Congress leader Ponguleti Sudhakar is also reacting positively to come forward for protecting the rights of Telugu people.
It is known that, Pawan Kalyan is very much concerned about the country and his love on Telugu language. In many public meetings, be it movie or political, he always ends his every speech saying ‘Jai Hind’ at the end. That itself shows his care for the mother land. This character is now making him come forward to fight for the Telugu people in Tamilnadu state.
How far Pawan Kalyan can influence Tamilnadu government?
At the time, where the political leaders are craving for the power and going to any end to get it, Pawan Kalyan said even before the launch of his political party and in that sense, on the launching day of his political party Janasena too, that, he is entering into the politics, not for power and he least cares about it”.
He even followed the same and did not contest in 2014 elections and just supported TDP and BJP party, with which the dual governments came into the power with huge majority.
Unlike other leaders, he did not back the both parties for everything they do. He even questioned both the governments when they are found fault, as promised on the launching day of Janasena party itself.
All these qualities are bringing an immense following for Pawan Kalyan, even in the neighboring states. So if such huge Pawan Kalyan really comes forward to fight for the rights of Telugu people in Karnataka, the right justice to Telugu people, is not an impossible thing to achieve. Isn’t it?
By Phani Ch