Pawan Kalyan Fires on TDP and BJP MPs Over DCI Issue


Janesana Chief Power Star Power Kalyan warned TDP and BJP MPs over the issue of proposed privatization of Dredging Corporation of India (DCI) by the Government of India. He assured that he would not leave alone any corrupt minister or candidate or officer from both Telangana and Andhra Pradesh states.

Pawan Kalyan already brought with himself the letter that he intends to send it to the Prime Minister’s Office. He also demanded compensation for the employee who committed suicide protesting against the privatization of Dredging Corporation of India (DCI).He also urged YSR Congress Party president Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy to extend his support to DCI staff.

He met the bereaved family members of Venkatesh at the relay hunger strike camp of DCI employees and asked BJP and Congress MPs, including Union Ministers from Andhra Pradesh, to fight for ex gratia to the family after the tragic loss.Pawan Kalyan also Quoted that the “downfall of BJP Party will begin from Visakhapatnam, if the Centre does not shelve its decision for strategic sale of DCI.” Do Read: Jana Sena Chief Pawan Kalyan Visit to Vizag

Pawan Kalyan said he would never hesitate “to call a spade a spade” and added that “if we keep quiet, even Visakhapatnam steel plant would be sold off very shortly”.

I am not here to support TDP or BJP in this matter. I have supported them and will oppose them for the people. Becoming Chief Minister is not my agenda and solving problems of the people and serving the poor is my first agenda. BJP will taste its first failure in Vizag if the plans for DCI privatization will not be shelved” said Pawan.

Party Chief divided his political tour around the two states into three stages. The first stage he will start from tomorrow to discuss and understand the local issues and problems. In the second stage, he will ask the Governments to show Political Responsibility and solve the problems. If they fail, then the third stage will be to agitate and fight for the solutions of the problems.

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