Pawan Needles TDP MPs Once again

Published: 10th July 2015 05:22 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th July 2015 05:22 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Jana Sena founder Pawan Kalyan seems to have decided to raise his voice against TDP MPs from Andhra Pradesh. The film star once again took to Twitter on Thursday to needle the TDP MPs, who, according to him, had failed in persuading the Centre to accord special category status to the State.

Continuing his tirade against them, the actor wanted to know how many Andhra MPs were really present in Parliament, when an amendment was made to the AP Reorganisation Act, 2014, during last session of Parliament.

“How many Seemandhra MPs were really present in Lok Sabha when AP Reorganisation Amendment Bill was presented to debate in the House on March 17, 2015?” the Jana Sena boss Tweeted.

“In that debate only five MPs participated according to my information. What happened to rest of the MPs?” he further questioned. To give more insight, he posted a link to TDP MP from Vijayawada Kesineni Nani alias Srinivas’ attendance details. Interestingly, Pawan’s latest assault on TDP is earning him accolades from unexpected quarters.

YSRC welcomed Pawan’s attack on the TDP MPs. Party spokesperson Ambati Rambabu said, “The use and throw policy of AP Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has now come into full play. TDP MPs have become very restless due to Pawan’s comments and are breathing fire. Pawan might have understood the policy of Naidu who discarded many people right from party founder NTR to film actor Jr NTR after his purpose was served and their utility was over.”

Telangana Congress heavyweight and Rajya Sabha member V Hanumantha Rao too was quick to praise the Jana Sena chief to the skies. “What is wrong in his comments? As he had earlier supported the TDP-BJP alliance during the general polls, now he is questioning the ruling party in AP about the implementation of its poll promises.”

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