Janasena Party Leader Pawan Kalyan's Visit to Vizag

Janasena Party Leader Pawan Kalyan is today visited Vizag to speak his voice about DCI privatization. Pawan Kalyan to console DCI Employee Venkatesh’s family members. Venkatesh had recently committed suicide due to privatization of DCI. And Pawan is going to host a public meeting ‘Chalore Chalore Chal’ in the evening. Pawan will be completing his Vizag tour today and he will visit Rajahmundry tomorrow. He will also visit Polavaram project during his trip.

Janasena Party Leader Pawan Kalyan’s Visit to Vizag

Janasena Party Leader Pawan Kalyan’s Visit to Vizag

Pawan Kalyan’s upcoming film Agnathavasi is on cards to release on 10th January. Before his film release, Pawan is making all his political works done. Pawan has already reached the Vizag as part of his major support to DCI employees.

The dissent will happen in three phases beginning with breaking down the issues and becoming more acquainted with before turn in the main stage. In the second, an evaluation of the Government’s way to deal with the issues will be made. If there is a disappointment of Government activity, political responsibility will be demanded. What’s more, if that fails, in the third stage, the protests will be continued.

The visit will start at Visakhapatnam where Pawan will meet the employee of the Dredging Corporation of India (DCI) who are on a warpath against the Central proposal of privatization of the PSU. On Dec 7, he will assess the Polavaram venture and inspire public openion over the column. The following day, he will meet with the students of Fathima Medical College in Vijayawada whose seats have cancelled.

He will cooperate with contract electricity staff and lecturers as well. On December 9, Pawan will examine the land where the Jana Sena Party office is proposed to be manufactured and comfort the kin of the boat capsize casualties in Ongole. Pawan released a song ‘Chalore Chal’ to sharpen youth on different problems that need to be addressed.

Pawan’s Visit To Vizag

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