It is known new that Pawan Kalyan is presently touring the state as part of his ‘Praja Porata Yatra’. Addressing a massive gathering in Visakhapatnam district, Pawan Kalyan said that he was receiving death threat from unknown people. Pawan Kalyan said, “I have been receiving threatening calls from unknown people and they are threatening that they will kill me either in bomb blast or in car accident. But I am not getting fear. I am here to serve the people. I don’t want money.”
Pawan Kalyan added, “If you want to fight for bifurcation promises. The Jana Sena is ready to protest. You make your TDP (Telugu Desam Party) MPs resign and let’s do “rail rook” for the railway zone. I will come. The Chief Minister must also resign. YSRCP President Jaganmohan Reddy can also join us.” Jana Sena President Pawan Kalyan also said that he had lost faith on TDP MPs who were recently seen in a video, allegedly poking fun at the railway zone demand.
Pawan Kalyan toured Srikakulam district for several days, before entering Vizianagaram district. Jana Sena Chief is presently in Visakhapatnam district.
Pawan Kalyan believes his party Jana Sena will emerge as a winner in the battle between TDP and YSRCP in the state.
On the otherside, AP IT Minister Nara Lokesh made sarcastic statement on Pawan Kalyan and tweeted “Pawan Kalyan Garu, I’m claiming credit where it is due by saying that only TDP has waged battles with BJP to achieve justice while the Opp is paying lip service. Why can’t they utter one word against Modi Ji? Why so scared? Why have they turned into puppets reading out scripts?. And to refamiliarize you with history, when Hudhud struck Vizag, @NCBN lived out of a bus to make sure essential services are revived and people are safe and then transformed Vizag into one of the cleanest, greenest cities in the Country. Vizagites will never forget this, ever!. North Andhra has become a hub of activity with thousands of jobs being created by some big ticket companies in Vizag. Why are you oblivious to so much development? I really hope that this politics of rhetoric does not intimidate the companies to rethink about investing in Vizag.” (sic).