Despite defeat in 2019 General Elections, JanaSena chief Pawan Kalyan is seemingly trying to keep Andhra politics interesting as Vizag showed up in big numbers to prove JanaSena can bounce back in near future.
Pawan Kalyan led JanaSena party’s ‘Long March’ call in support of Andhra Pradesh construction workers attracted huge attention, as a large number participated in the rally which took place on November 3 in Visakhapatnam.
This was JanaSena’s first meeting against the YS Jagan Mohan Reddy led Andhra Pradesh government after a heavy defeat in 2019 General elections.
Despite defeat in recent elections, Pawan Kalyan is seemingly trying to keep Andhra politics interesting as Vizag showed up in big numbers to prove JanaSena can bounce back in near future.
While addressing the crowd, Pawan Klayan said the recent suicides of construction workers have shaken up his conscience.
He also ensured that he’ll make the Government of Andhra Pradesh understand the pain and anguish of the construction workers who have been suffering from a lopsided sand-policy.
The Telugu Desam and Lok Satta party leaders also participated in the ‘long march’ and expressed solidarity for construction workers.