Jana Sena president to visit Capital region on August 30, 31
Delivering the promise to stand with the common man, JanaSena Party president Pawan Kalyan once again stood for the interests of State. The leader opposed the reported shift of the capital from Amaravati. The actor-turned-politician interacted with the farmers who came to meet him from Amaravati at the JSP office in Hyderabad on Saturday. The Jana Sena chief assured them that he would visit Amaravati on August 30 and 31 to join their fight. “This drastic move will create an existential crisis and will scare away the investors which would create unemployment,” said Pawan.
“Setting aside how right is the decision, we all need to abide by the fact that the Vijayawada-Guntur region is the place for developing the capital city. People will lose faith in the government if they go ahead with its move to shift capital,” said Pawan Kalyan. He also requested the government to rectify the lapses he lapses in development of capital Amaravati.