Known to be one party which stood by the Amaravati farmers’ side right from the announcement of the capital region, JanaSena chief Pawan Kalyan has taken part in the protests in Amaravati region. While the state political circle speculated the change in JanaSena’s stand after the coalition with BJP, the youngest party in the state cleared the air with the recent move.
In a move stating a firm stand by the farmers’ side, JanaSena on Saturday decided to file a counter in High Court over the three capital issue. Followed by a teleconference with the party cadre, party chief Pawan Kalyan was learnt to resolve to file the counter in the line of the High Court’s decision.
It is to the known knowledge that the High Court on Thursday issued notices to YSRCP, BJP and TPD to submit the reason behind the party changing its policy regarding the state capital. The notices were served after the Amaravati farmers filed a petition specifying the change in political policies while all the parties stood on the same decision back in 2017.
While the farmers didn’t include Jana Sena Party, Pawan Kalyan however, decided to fight for the justice on farmers’ side. “Over 28,000 farmers who have given 33,000 acres of land trusting the then government are now on roads seeking justice. JanaSena is always on the farmers’ side. We have already deliberating into various PILs and will soon file a counter in High Court,” averred Pawan Kalyan.