Can’t keep quiet on people’s issues: Pawan Kalyan

"It is here in Visakhapatnam, that I requested the people to vote for the BJP and the TDP. I supported those parties with the hope they would look after the people well and not with any vested interest.

By Author   |   Published: 6th Dec 2017   5:22 pm
Pawan Kalyan

Visakhapatnam: `Power Star’ Pawan Kalyan on Wednesday said that he would not keep quiet if people’s issues were ignored by the governments.

The film actor who is also president of Jana Sena Party and lent support to the ruling TDP-BJP combine in the 2014 elections, was here to express solidarity with the DCI employees who were agitating against privatisation of the public sector undertaking. “It is here in Visakhapatnam, that I requested the people to vote for the BJP and the TDP. I supported those parties with the hope they would look after the people well and not with any vested interest.

Those who won in the last elections because I had campaigned for them now say they don’t know who I am. Yet, I am not upset. I won’t pick up any row with anyone. All I desire is that issues should be resolved peacefully. I am not afraid of anyone. I can’t shirk my responsibility,” he stated.

He also said that the people’s representatives who did not take up people’s issues have no right to seek votes in the 2019 elections. Expressing unhappiness over his fans shouting `CM CM’, he said: “Don’t commit the same mistake as others. You need experience to run governments. I can win from anywhere if only I want to. But power is not my goal. I want people’s issues to be resolved,” he told his fans.