Janasena will form the government in 2024: Pawan Kalyan

March 15, 2022 08:56
Janasena will form the government in 2024: Pawan Kalyan

Janasena will form the government in 2024: Pawan Kalyan:- Janasena Chief Pawan Kalyan turned emotional during the Formation Day celebrations of the party that took place last night in Ippatam near Amaravati. The actor-turned-politician expressed his confidence in forming the government in AP in the 2024 polls. He hinted about an alliance with BJP and promised that Janasena would report record majority to dethrone YSRCP in the next polls. Pawan said that he would follow the roadmap given by the BJP and he would do his best to prevent the split of the anti-YSRCP votes. Pawan also said that he will form an alliance considering the public interest and not for his private benefits.

"The major agenda of Janasena is to develop Amaravati as a world-class capital. We will also transform Visakhapatnam as a global city. Cities like Tirupati, Vijayawada and Kurnool too will be developed. Janasena will come to power in 2024 for sure. Janasena will come up with an investor-friendly industrial policy to pull the backwardness of the Rayalaseema region. Janasena will also scrap the Contributory Pension Scheme after coming to power. We will ensure minimum support prices for the crops of the farmers. We have plans to create five lakh private jobs every year in the state and all the vacant posts will be filled" told Pawan.

Attacking YSRCP, Pawan told "The government started the rule with the demolition of Praja Vedika and there is no scope for development. They are not bothered about the law and the judicial system. Hindu temples are attacked. The liquor business is made a cash cow. AP is now left in a massive debt of Rs 7 lakh crores. Janasena will make AP debt free. Reddys are given more powers and the Kamma community is attacked and targeted by the YSRCP. When I floated the party, we had no experience. But now, we have enough strength to form the government and Janasena will rise to power in 2024".

(Video Source: JanaSena Party)

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