Pawan Says Janasena And BJP Will Form The Next Government

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Clearing all the airs of his rumored friendship with the BJP party, Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan said they will have an alliance with the saffron party. Pawan even went on to say that the Janasena-BJP alliance will form the next government in Andhra Pradesh. By saying this he has kept his word that unlike his brother Megastar Chiranjeevi he will not merge his party into any party.

Pawan who met BJP working president Nadda and some MPs in Delhi a couple of days back had met the AP BJP leaders in Vijayawada and had a comprehensive meeting on the political scenario in the state. The meeting lasted for more than three hours reportedly.


"AP needs BJP support by all means and for the future and interest of state, we have come together. In the past there occurred a misunderstanding and now all of them are cleared. We have discussed all the issues related to state and nation. The ideology of BJP and Jana Sena is the same and so the alliance has been formed," Janasena chief said.

Pawan also said that AP people are looking for a third option in the state as they have seen the ruling TDP and YSRCP and added AP will witness the Janasena-BJP government in 2024.

Janasenani had also thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah for being gracious and said he will meet the key BJP leaders soon.
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