Rajamahendravaram: Film actor and Jana Sena Party president Pawan Kalyan on Saturday said that the right to question cannot be stopped.
Addressing a public meeting at Balajipeta in the city after participating in a Sramadanam programme to fill potholes on the roads, he pointed out that one had the right to question if no work is done and none could deprive the people of their right.
“It is not easy to run a political party. And Sramadanam is not something I enjoy. You don’t know the difficulties I faced to stay in politics. Our taxes go into the government coffers. Government has money and it is the government’s responsibility to provide basic facilities. We are going ahead with Gandhiji’s spirit. I am not like the `action-camera-cut and go’ type,” he stated.
The film actor alleged that Janasainiks–his party workers-were being harassed by the government. Nor did it spare the BJP workers. He said he was ready to take on the YSR Congress Party and said that the Jana
Sena Party would win in the next elections. The YSRCP was afraid of Jana Sena which was why the people coming to the meeting were obstructed at many places, he said.
He also noted that unless the Kapu, Telaga, Vontari and Balija communities came forward, the state would not prosper. “I supported the Telugu Desam Party only to show that I am not opposed to Kammas. Any change in society depends on the Godavari districts,” he remarked.
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