Finally, Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan had announced the party’s first candidate in the next elections. He officially announced Pitani Balakrishna’s name as his party’s candidate from East Godavari district’s Mummidivaram constituency. Balakrishna, who hails from the Goud community is a retired Police Constable.
Elated by Pawan Kalyan’s kind gesture, Balakrishna who turned emotional said that he would forever remain loyal to Pawan Kalyan. He indirectly accused YS Jagan saying that a politician who forced him to resign from his job and cheated him.
After offering him the seat, Pawan Kalyan said that Balakrishna is a strong man with great oratorical skills and the first person on behalf of Jana Sena to receive the B.Pharm. He also said that he’s a great admirer of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar and requested to be united irrespective of their castes.
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