Popular Telugu film star and younger brother of union minister of state K Chiranjeevi Pawan Kalyan has formally launched his new regional out-fit 'Jana Sena’ by giving a clarion call “Congress Hatao, Desh Bachao” to voters, not just in the state but the nation at large.
Borrowing a leaf
or two from Narendra Modi, the actor made it clear right from the outset that
he's on a mission to dethrone the Congress. Giving clear indications that he is
prepared to join hands with non-Congress parties he asserted that 'I am ready to
join hands with any other party, including the TDP, to keep the Congress out of
power’, according to media reports.
Though he succeeded in giving
clear-cut message on the need to put an end to Congress regimes in the country,
but failed to convey any specific political strategy and plan of action to
contest in ensuing elections.
Amid thunderous cheers by his
fans, the popular actor vowed to do politics of principle to bring a change in
the society. Stating that he is ready to join hands with any party except
Congress, the actor said he would strive to bring stability in both Telangana
Launching a broadside against UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi Pawan said that he
was forced to go against his brother Union Minister K Chiranjeevi. "I
never imagined that I will have to stand against my god-like elder
brother," he said and clarified that he was not angry with his brother.