Actor Pawan Kalyan calls on Prime Minister
Pawan Kalyan's statement; '...good days would come to AP' has left political parties and leaders guessing
Visakhapatnam: Film actor turned politician and Janasena chief K Pawan Kalyan called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the East Naval Command’s guest house on the night of Friday.
After a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Pawan Kalyan told the media that he believes that good days will come to Andhra Pradesh in the coming days.
Pawan Kalyan said “I strongly believe that this meeting with the Prime Minister will help to bring good days to AP”.
“Prime Minister enquired me about many issues. I have apprised him as per my understanding. The meeting with the Prime Minister was held under special circumstances, Pawan Kalyan clarified.
“Prime Minister Modi’s wish is that all the Telugu people and the SP state should prosper and the Telugu people should be united.”
Pawan Kalyan said that he got a message from the PMO two days ago asking to meet the Prime Minister in Visakhapatnam. According to the BJP sources, Pawan Kalyan and Narendra Modi’s meeting lasted about 35 minutes. What exactly they discussed was not known. Pawan Kalyan also made it clear that he met the Prime Minister after a gap of 8 years.
Pawan Kalyan’s ambiguous statement that good days would come to AP left political parties and leaders guessing in various aspects. Pawan Kalyan is fighting with the ruling YSRCP as intensely as the principal opposition Telugu Desam party. (UNI)