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JanaSena President Pawan Kalyan Assures Ongole Public A University

“If the JanaSena party is voted to power, we will for sure work towards setting up a University in Ongole,” JanaSena Chief Pawan Kalyan said.


JanaSena President Pawan Kalyan Promises Ongole Public A University.

JanaSena party chief Pawan Kalyan is currently busy in touring Rayalaseema and Andhra region as part of his Political CampaignJanasena Porata Yatra’.

Addressing a public meeting in Ongole, Pawan Kalyan on Monday said, JanaSena Party will make sure that the Ongole people get a University.

“If the JanaSena party is voted to power, we will for sure work towards setting up a University in Ongole,” Pawan Kalyan said.

JanaSena Chief Pawan Kalyan’s Interaction with Students & Veera Mahila , Prakasam District.

Pawan Kalyan has recently unveiled a number of salient points of his much-talked about party’s manifesto. 

Here are a few areas that the Janasena party focuses on.

If the JanaSena is voted to power, Pawan Kalyan promises;

  • FREE education from LKG to Intermediate.
  • FREE Meals to the students
  • FREE hostel facility for poor students.
  • FREE transportation for students.
  • FREE Healthcare for poor
  • Rs. 10 Lakh insurance for every family in the Andhra Pradesh.
  • FREE Gas Cylinder for every family in the State.
  • Rs 25,00-3,500 cash transfer for each family in the Andhra Pradesh state.
  • Up to Rs. 5,000 pension for disabled.

Talking to students in Kadapa, Pawan Kalyan on 28th of February said, “If needed, some amount would be paid to the Centre to provide free transport facility in trains to the students.”

He also said, “I will make a clear statement in two weeks’ time regarding free education plan.”

JanaSena Chief Pawan Kalyan interaction with Kadapa district students.

Pawan Kalyan alleged that ruling and opposition party leaders in the region of Rayalaseema are sharing contracts in 60:40 ratio.

Earlier, Pawan Kalyan alleged that both the party leaders (ruling and opposition party) in the state have a ‘contract-sharing’ understandings in which ruling party leaders get 60% of contracts while opposition leaders get 40% of contracts, he said.

JanaSena Chief Pawan Kalyan’s Interaction with Nellore District Students.

Pawan Kalyan also expressed anguish over approximately 269 Farmers in the Andhra Pradesh state committing suicide.

Mr. Kalyan further addressed migration issues and slammed the government for not taking measures to stop migration of youth from Rayalaseema to cities in search of employment.

Pawan Kalyan had previously made it clear that his party will contest in all the 175 Assembly constituencies in the Andhra Pradesh and will not align with any ruling or opposition parties other than Left parties.

Mr. Kalyan also made it clear that his party will offer women and young people more opportunities.