Special Status Does Not Matter - Pawan Kalyan

How Pawan Kalyan Played Into The Hands of TDP So Easily

After Pawan Kalyan criticism, TDP to go it alone in 2019 Andhra assembly polls

Actor and politician from Andhra Pradesh, N Balakrishna on Saturday said that he would not like to comment on Pawan Kalyan.

He has warned the Centre not to test the patience of people of Andhra and hurt their sentiments on the promised special category status, while accusing the BJP government of betraying the Andhra people. Kalyan also made it clear that his party has nothing to do with the established parties of the state - Telugu Desam Party (TDP), YSR Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

The chief minister also attacked the YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) MPs for indulging in opportunistic politics. After the support of his through out the 4 years now Pawan Kalyan took his range to keep his issues on them.

It will be a futile exercise for the AIADMK too, as the second largest opposition party in Parliament after the Congress, the AIADMK, with 49 MPs, will get a hold of the decent time slot to push on the no-confidence motion.

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The saffron-clad Yogi Adityanath , who has never lost the Gorakhpur seat since 1991, became the state Chief Minister. However, YSR Congress party has only nine lawmakers in the Lok Sabha where no-confidence motion is placed.

MLA Jaleel Khan, along with a group of people from his community, met the chief minister and felicitated him.

"You have always been supportive of the TDP, but you were not happy that we allied with the BJP. We have been working for welfare of Muslims". He added that he was the first to oppose the criminalization of triple talaq and told the BJP leadership that it was not correct.

Speaking at a heavily crowded public meeting near Guntur on Wednesday, the Janasena president has also vowed to fight against the Centre and build peoples' movements for achieving special category status to Andhra Pradesh.

As the TDP is expected to formally leave the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in the coming days, according to senior TDP leaders who did not want to be identified.

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