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Parthasarathy slams Pawan Kalyan

Amaravati: Hitting back at Jana Sena Chief Pawan Kalyan for his harsh comments, YSRCP senior leader MLA K Parthasarathy said that the artiste has been acting in real life too and speaking out of frustration as he failed to win public mandate.
Addressing a press conference here on Wednesday, the MLA said that Pawan Kalyan has been unnecessarily taking dig at the State government and trying to create rift among the social communities. He said that people are not to believe his words and would never elect him as Chief Minister, as they are always with Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy. During Covid crisis, the government had benefited over six crore people by spending about Rs 1,00,000 crore on public welfare with transparency.
Refuting the allegations that the government is against Kammas, he said that YSRCP is not an enemy to any particular community and recalled that prominence was given to all communities, prioritising weaker sections where even in Krishna district, ZP Chairperson post was given Dalit women. He said that Pawan must understand that he cannot benefit by lashing at the government and targeting the Chief Minister, as people would never ever elect him. He said that Pawan doesn’t have the required qualities and body language to be a Chief Minister.
The MLA said the Jana Sena chief remained silent when his allies (TDP-BJP government) were in rule during Vivekananda’s murder and attack on the Chief Minister. Now he is targeting YSRC government alleging that the cases have been put aside. He clarified that it was YSRCP leaders who requested an inquiry by Central agencies for transparency.
Further he said that Pawan Kalyan had gained a lot from Telugu film industry, but not vice versa. The State government wanted to bring transparency and avoid black marketing through online ticket system, where the existing private parties are charging an additional 12 percent on each ticket. To check that the government offered to provide services by collecting only two percent without burdening common people. He said that the same people from the film industry are opposing Pawan Kalyan’s remarks.

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