Pawan’s Words of Wisdom for KCR,Telugu Desam

Savouring the TDP-BJP victory, Jana Sena founder Pawan Kalyan has a word of advice for YSRC - mend its ways and play the role of a constructive opposition.

Published: 17th May 2014 08:31 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th May 2014 08:39 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Savouring the TDP-BJP victory, Jana Sena founder Pawan Kalyan has a word of advice for YSRC - mend its ways and play the role of a constructive opposition. As for the TDP, he cautioned it against going the YSR way. Excerpts from his media interaction

Q  What is your take on the poll outcome?

Pawan: The mandate is against the looting policy of the erstwhile Rajaekhara Reddy government and the Congress. People were vexed with the corrupt rule of the Congress, especially that of YSR.

Q  Why you did not field your party candidates?

Pawan: I did not want to split the votes. My wish has been fulfilled and TDP has come to power. I am very happy with the TDP-BJP victory.

Q  What is your advice to the TRS chief?

Pawan: My congratulations to TRS chief K Chandrasekhar Rao on securing a comfortable majority. We understood the emotions of the people during the Telangana movement. I suggest Rao desist from uttering harsh words against Seemandhras. If not, it will pose a threat to the country.

Q  What are your future plans?

Pawan: I will expand my party within two months. If the situation demands, I am ready to undertake a padayatra too. My advice to the TDP government is not to go on a SEZ spree like that of YSR govt.

Q   Why did you support Modi?

Pawan: When I visited Gujarat, I was impressed with the development and Modi’s abilities. The country needs such a leader as PM. I also advise Naidu to fulfil his promises.

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