Pawan Kalyan Permitted For Long March

Actor-turned-Politician, Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan will stage a march in Visakhapatnam on Sunday against the sand policy followed by the government of AP.

Reportedly, due to the new rules of the sand policy, thousands of construction workers have lost their livelihood.


Pawan Kalyan has decided to observe the long march to put pleasure on Jagan's government to think about a permanent solution to solve the problems faced by the construction workers.

TDP party chief Nara Chandrababu Naidu has lent his support to Pawan's long march. "We will extend our support to the JSP’s long march in Visakhapatnam on November 3. Senior leaders from our party will attend the rally," said Naidu.

 The long march will kick start from the Telugu Talli statue at Maddilapalem tomorrow. The march is two and a half kilometers long. No vehicles will be allowed during the march.

There was a high drama on whether Pawan Kalyan will be given permission or not. But interestingly, he was given permission.
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