Pawan Kalyan has been suffering from eye related problems for three months. His surgery initially scheduled on 24th June, but now, the doctors advised Pawan Kalyan to wait for some more days to undergo a surgery. Hence, Pawan Kalya’s eye Surgery has been postponed for some days.
Pawan Kalyan has been suffering from a severe eye infection for three months. That is the main reason that the actor and Jana Sena President Pawan Kalyan was seen wearing black google at Rangasthalam and at various public events. He has been consulting doctors at the LV Prasad Eye Hospital in Hyderabad, and earlier the doctor suggested him to undergo a Eye surgery. His surgery was initially scheduled on 24th June 2018 but when during the break of his Porata Yatra bus tour Jana Sena Chief Pawan Kalyan consulted doctors about his eye problem, doctors conducted various tests and advised Pawan Kalyan to wait for some more days to undergo the eye surgery. So Pawan Kalyan’s Eye Surgery has been postponed for some days.
On the other side, Pawan Kalyan has decided to resume his tour in Vizag from 26th June. On Wednesday, Jana Sena vice president B Mahender Reddy said in a press release that with the delay in Eye Surgery, Pawan Kalyan has decided to resume his Porata Yatra.
Pawan Kalyan will start his second leg of Porata Yatra in Visakhapatnam district from 26th June 2018. Recently Pawan Kalyan halted his Pada Yatra and gave a break ahead of Ramzan to facilitate his Muslim staff to celebrate the festival. According to latest report, Pawan Kalyan will tour East Godavari district after completing the yatra in Visakhapatnam district.
On the otherside, Pawan Kalyan requested AP government not to use Land acquisition act on Amaravati Farmers. Today morning Pawan Kalyan took to Twitter and wrote, “ I request GOVT of AP not to use Land acquisition act on Amaravati Farmers. Govt has pooled enough land for capital & should stop acquiring further.I will be meeting farmers in Amaravati regarding this issue. AP Govt should act as protectors not as Land Grabbers.