The JanaSena Party President Pawan Kalyan on 21st January said the YSR Congress party led government made the police department to stoop down to the level of making hooliganism and the individuality of the police personnel is literally killed.
The police prevented me when I tried to console the injured farmers in Amaravati, he said.
About 400-500 police forces rounded up and besieged the Mangalagiri party office, Kalyan said.
Kalyan said that the police officers in the level of DIG have been deputed to make house-arrest and they prevented the party leaders to come out for five hours.
We can break the police forces if we really wanted to do it, he said.
The YCP leaders wanted a tussle as their hooligans are ready outside to resort to stone-pelting in the guise of Janasena workers, Kalyan said.
I maintained restraint not to give to such chance to them, he added.
YCP shall feel great even if one MLA gets elected
Pawan Kalyan said “capital city became a game for YCP leaders as they are doing all nonsenses. They are throwing capital cities like food packets and are suffering front arrogance. Amaravati will be the permanent capital city for Andhra Pradesh whether they accepted or not. Elections are expected within two-and-half years. We will bring back the capital city, which has gone from here without hurting people of any region.”
He said “I do not have any fears that my party will effect if I supported the capital region. Because I trust in the dharma (righteousness), which will always protect us.”
Today, they cheated the farmers of the capital city. Why they will keep silent without cheating the people of Rayalaseema and north Andhra tomorrow?
They have more affection for their lands than that of people. People shall give a verdict in such a way that the YCP shall feel that getting even a single seat is a big task in the future, said Kalyan.
I would like to clarify the YCP leaders that I will bear any type of abuses thrown against me by Kakinada MLA, but I will retaliate and counter every word in their abuses, he warned.