Pawan Kalyan's Deadline For AP Government:- Janasena Chief Pawan Kalyan decided to protest against the Andhra Pradesh government on the ongoing sand crisis in the state because of which the construction industry witnessed a huge steep. He conducted a Long March in Vizag last evening which was attended by lakhs of people, followers of Pawan Kalyan. During his speech, Pawan Kalyan issued a strict deadline of two weeks for the Andhra Pradesh government. He reminded that 36 people lost their lives because of unemployment. He demanded an exgratia of Rs 5 lakhs for the family of the deceased.
"Rains and floods are not new for the state. The AP Government should have made alternate arrangements for sand. The government should respond in two weeks, else I will protest in Amaravati. In Telangana, all the parties joined hands to protest for TSRTC employees, but in AP there is no unity. The building workers should work everyday for money to feed their family. But there is no employment from the past three months which is shocking. There are 30 lakh employees in total who are now left jobless. The state's development came to a halt because of the poor governance" said Pawan Kalyan.
(Video Source: JanaSena Party)