Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan started his tour in the Kurnool district on Sunday. He held roadshows in Kurnool town as part of his Rayalaseema tour. He had completed his tour in Ananthapur district a few weeks ago focusing on the prevailing drought conditions in the region. In his first visit to Rayalaseema, the Jana Sena chief held meetings with the families of the drought-hit villages. As a large number of people have migrated to other places in search of work leaving aged parents and young children, Pawan Kalyan closeted with them taking their feedback.
Now, in Kurnool Pawan Kalyan is meeting people of the drought-hit villages accompanied by former speaker Nadendla Manohar. He told the people that he had come to politics not to become the chief minister but to serve people. He also said that he would change the orientation of politics in the State keeping the influence of money at bay. He was now trying to build the party brick by brick and have a long plans on his agenda to cleanse politics from the money influence. “I am not in a hurry to become chief minister like Jaganmohan Reddy who is dreaming of being the chief minister for 30 years. I want to give different politics to the people before aspiring to be the chief minister. My first priority is to offer better politics free from corruption and criminal activities,” Pawan Kalyan said.
The Jana Sena chief had also claimed that Bahujan Samaj Party founder late Kanshi Ram was his ideal leader. He recalled how Kanshi Ram had built the BSP over the years against the caste and money influence of the political parties. “Kanshi Ram took several years to build BSP as a national party. I am following him in building the Jana Sena in the two Telugu States. We will become a strong force in the years to come,” he said.