Telangana Advocates Joint Action Committee and several TRS party leaders on Sunday filed a police complaint on JanaSena party supremo Pawan Kalyan, stating that JanaSena Party President Pawan Kalyan is creating rifts between Telangana and Andhra Pradesh people.
Telangana Advocates Joint Action Committee (T-Advocates JAC) on Sunday (24th of March) filed a complaint on Janasena party supremo Pawan Kalyan.
The Telangana Advocates- JAC in the complaint accused that Pawan Kalyan is wrong tracking Andhra people who are living in Telangana when people of Telangana are taking good care of them in the State.
Not only the Advocates-JAC, even the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) party leaders have also made complaints and registered cases in Jubilee Hills and Chaitanyapuri police stations for Pawan Kalyan’s comments on Telangana.
Pawan Kalyan who is currently busy in election campaign made a series of comments against Telangana chief minister K. Chandra Shekhara Rao.
While addressing a meeting in Andhra Pradesh, Pawan Kalyan said, “Andhra Political Leaders who have properties in Hyderabad are scared to talk against KCR, as they want to protect their assets.”
He also said, “I am not scared of KCR, and Telangana is not in Pakistan.”
It is also worth noting that Telangana chief minister KCR too while campaigning for “2018 Telangana Legislative Assembly election” made some ‘rhetoric’ statements against Andhra Political Parties saying voting for Andhra parties is giving remote control of Telangana to Amaravathi.
Janasena as part of an alliance deal with the Communist Party of India (CPI), the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) and the Bhahujan Samaj Party (BSP), it allocated 2, 2 and 3 Lok Sabha seats respectively.
It also decided to give 7 assembly seats to CPI, 7 assembly seats to CPM, and 21 assembly constituencies to BSP.