On Friday, Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan went to Gates Engineering College in Guthi, Anantapur. He had an interactive session with students for some time here…
Reservations: ‘I have clarity on Reservations. I knew how much OCs have been suffering due to lack of reservations. I respect all the castes but never shows partiality to one particular caste’.
Crimes against Women: ‘Until Nibhaya incident took place, A strict law wasn’t brought to punish the culprits. Politicians have opened their eyes 60 years after Independence’.
Drought Situation: ‘Only way to address drought in Anantapur is through ending political corruption. I’m too hungry and hence I can’t be content with one village or district. I wish to adopt entire Andhra Pradesh’.
Towards the end, Pawan Kalyan made a strong statement, ‘Naku Chinnapatrunchi Chaduvukanti Kante Desa Bhakte Ekkuva’.