Distance set to widen between Pawan & Allu camp

With Pawan Kalyan saying during an interaction with his party's cadres in Rajahmundry that he was sidelined in Praja Rajyam Party (at the behest of Allu Aravind, although he hasn't named him explicitly), it's clear that the distance between the Allu camp and Power Star is set to grow.

A day after thundering that he won't forgive those who betrayed his brother, Megastar Chiranjeevi, the Jana Sena leader has on Thursday said that he was seen (by Allu Aravind) as an actor and not as a person with a social conscience in the run-up to the 2009 polls. 

At one point in time, Aravind saw substitues for Pawan, who was PRP's youth wing leader, in Ram Charan and Allu Arjun.  This seemingly hurt Power Star, who had invested emotionally in the PRP.

Parakala Prabhakar, who was Chiru's important lieutenant, quit the party weeks before the polls and accused it of being corrupted.  Pawan has questioned Prabhakar's sincerity by pointing out that he is doing nothing about Special Category Status to AP in spite of the fact that his wife, Nirmala Seetharaman, is the Defence Minister.

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