Pawan Kalyan has no consistent policy, flays Perni Nani
- The former Minister describes the JSP chief as a political hypocrite who kneels before the TDP
- Says the JSP chief made a mountain out of a molehill at Ippatam
- Housing Minister Jogi Ramesh lambasts Pawan stating that he misled people of Ippatam and made them victims of judicial ire
Tadepalli: Former Minister Perni Venkatramaiah (Nani) described Jana Sena president Pawan Kalyan as a political hypocrite who kneels before the TDP.
Addressing the media at the party headquarters here on Sunday, the former Minister went hammer and tongs against the Jana Sena president mocking at his futile exercises of making a mountain out of molehill at Ippatam for political gains.
'Pawan has no consistent policy except for revolving around the TDP president and even his fans are wondering why the actor always kneels before Naidu, he wondered.
While the government served notices and removed stair cases of some houses at Ippatam as per the law of the land for road widening, Pawan forced some of the Ippatam villagers to misrepresent the facts before courts, he said.
Since the curtains are now drawn over his Ippatam drama, Pawan should clarify if he is ready to pay the fine of Rs 1 lakh each imposed by the court on 14 villagers for misrepresenting the facts and cheating the courts of law under his pressure.
Objecting to the Jana Sena president commenting that Amaravati farmers also should have agitated like the Ippatam villagers, he said the actor's statements are irrelevant and reflect only escapism.
He asked why Pawan, who raised an unnecessary hue and cry over Ippatam where nothing happened, maintained stony silence when Masjids and temples were demolished and crops were burnt at Prasadampadu and Ramavarappadu during the TDP rule.
"If Pawan has any guts and wits, he should contest all 175 seats individually against the YSRCP in the 2024 elections," he dared the Jana Sena chief. He further said that the actor-led Jana Sena can't win a single seat while Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy, who surpassed even his father and former Chief Minister YSR in implementing welfare programmes for all, will lead the party to sweep all 175 seats. Reiterating that Jana Sena is a Rowdy Sena, he asked with what else name we shall call a political party whose president is provoking its cadre to attack others. Minister for Housing Jogi Ramesh assailed Jana Sena president Pawan Kalyan for misleading the people of Ippatam village and making them victims of the judicial ire. "They became victims and paid a fine of Rs one lakh each for approaching the High Court all because of Pawan Kalyan."