Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan commented that a miracle was going to happen in the AP soon. Speaking to the media in Kurnool on Sunday, he urged everyone to work together for the future of AP.
He was of the opinion that alliances should be discussed but at the same time should be useful to the people.
“Anti-government vote should not split if the state should be saved from YSRCP. We have seen how the law and order are in the state. Everyone should come together for AP,” Pawan said.
“I did not talk about anti-government vote for my personal benefit. YSRCP Government’s rule has forced me to talk about it,” PK told.
When asked directly about Chandrababu’s call to come together. “We will think about it if Chandrababu directly mentions alliances,” he said.
“Our relationship with BJP is excellent. If needed I shall talk to BJP high command about the need to ensure anti-government is not split. Elections are two years away. There is time to talk about alliances,” Pawan Kalyan added.
Even though Pawan Kalyan did not make direct comments about alliances, it looks like he is in favor of an alliance with TDP.
Pawan Kalyan’s statement comes at the time when BJP President Somu Veerraju said strict NO to an alliance with TDP and YSR Congress.
“We are coming to power in AP in Modi’s leadership. We will take Janasena’s help if necessary,” Somu Veerraju said in a TV interview.