Pawan Kalyan Warns TDP, YSRCP and BJP
Janasena Party Chief Pawan Kalyan has lent his support to the employees who are agitating against the privatization of Dredging Corporation of India, on Wednesday. He also expressed his solidarity for the family members of DCI employee Venkatesh, who died due to fear of losing his job. Pawan Kalyan demanded the government and union ministers announce an ex gratia to his family members.
Addressing the gathering, he questioned that DCI never been part of any financial scams and why the government is planning to make it privatized. Janasena Chief shared that he supported TDP and BJP in last elections hoping that they will definitely help the people, but if they are not doing so, then he is always there to question and ready to fight against them.
He warned BJP government that if they won’t stop the privatization of DCI, then the downfall of BJP in Vishakhapatnam will start soon.
On this occasion, he made it clear to the public, that he didn’t want to have any position in the assembly or parliament to solve these issues and never wants to become Chief Minister. “I am always a servant to the public and every politician should start believing, that there is no need to hold any power to solve public issues.”
When the people started shouting ‘CM, CM’, he confessed that to become CM, one should have a lot of experience, as it is not just a position, but a huge responsibility. “Not just CM, one needs to have experienced even to become MLA or MP. It’s not about the power, but the love and responsibility that one has towards the people.”
Pawan even targeted YSRCP President Jagan Mohan Reddy and made some sensational comments on them.