Pawan Kalyan is now completely under Naidu’s authority: Sajjala

YSRC general secretary Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy on Saturday made fun of Jana Sena leader Pawan Kalyan for restricting himself to run for a small number of seats in coalition with the TDP in the next Assembly elections and asked how the leader of the JSP want to oppose the government party.

Speaking to reporters after the announcement of the TDP-JSP combined list of candidates, Sajjala stated that because Pawan Kalyan had only named five candidates, it was possible that TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu would choose the remaining 19 seats out of the 24 awarded to the JSP.

It’s evident that the JSP is now an integral element of the TDP. He mockingly said, “Pawan Kalyan ought to be the vice president of the TDP.

Sajjala was also curious as to whether Pawan Kalyan was still harboring dreams of taking over as chief minister with his meagre 24 seats—the bulk of which are still up for grabs. Even Pawan Kalyan is undecided about his place of candidacies in the elections. A political party like the YSRC’s strength is determined by its leader’s credibility, he said.

JSP members and sympathizers were forewarned by the YSRC head to brace themselves for the worst betrayal in history. “The JSP chief is now completely under Naidu’s control, and the TDP is known for abandoning its partners,” he said.

Ramakrishna Reddy Sajjala.
He said, “There is no clarity on the issue yet,” regarding the TDP’s want to form an alliance with the BJP. Naidu may grant the saffron party less seats, as he has done with the JSP, even if it comes to pass.

Ambati Rambabu, the Minister of Water Resources and a well-known opponent of Pawan Kalyan, used the occasion to criticize the leader of the JSP. “Pawan Kalyan has violated his cadre’s confidence. The JSP cadre only managed to get 24 Assembly seats, although he had hoped for 60–70. “Shame,” he shouted, mocking the JSP chairman for urging party members to believe that running for three Lok Sabha seats equates to running for an additional 16–17 Assembly seats. He suggested that Pawan Kalyan combine his party with the TDP, same to how his brother Chiranjeevi had previously combined his Praja Rajyam Party with the Congress.

RK Roja, the minister of tourism, said that Pawan Kalyan has once again shown his lack of seriousness as a politician by choosing to run for just 24 seats. She insisted that the JSP chairman tell his party comrades about any arrangement he could have made with the TDP, believing that he might have done so. “The JSP chief has formed an alliance with the yellow party because he lacks the courage to take on Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, and the TDP-JSP alliance will undoubtedly collapse in the upcoming elections,” she said.

G Amarnath, the Minister for IT and Industries, said that by caving in to the TDP, Pawan Kalyan had abandoned the Kapu community, which had supported him throughout.

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