Jana Sena's Pawan Kalyan retracts from supporting no-confidence motion against BJP

Jana Sena's Pawan Kalyan retracts from supporting no-confidence motion against BJP

In his remaks, Kalyan stated that his party's "honeymoon with the TDP is over" and questioned the ruling party's commitment towards the demand for special category status (SCS) for AP. The actor-turned politician also said he was ashamed at seeing Andhra Pradesh topping the corruption charts, while accusing the chief minister's son and minister Nara Lokesh of indulging in large-scale corruption deals.

"Jaitley's statement on allocation of funds was an irresponsible one", Naidu said and concluded by stating that the BJP never bothered to fulfill its poll promises given aplenty prior to the 2014 Lok Sabha polls. "Conspiracy and collusion politics should be exposed", the chief minister said. On Friday, a number of TDP MPs gave their consent in writing to the motion with other opposition parties in support. He has chose to remain the "voice of the people of Andhra Pradesh" to mount pressure on the central government for getting a special status for the state. He may be relieved of the BJP state president responsibilities.

"We were promised a Special Status by the government at the time of bifurcation". The central government should spring into action and look into the irregularities. The TDP has become the latest ally to get out of the NDA.

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Pawan said now that he was speaking out against the TDP government, the TDP leaders are saying that the BJP was the brains behind my statements.

The TDP has now 16 MPs in the Lok Sabha. These developments are bound to create an impression in the minds of the public that there is disappointment growing with the Modi government. However, the life of the common man has not become any better in the past four years. On February 19, Pawan had dared YSRCP leader Jaganmohan Reddy to move the motion and declared that he would definitely be able to garner the support of 80 MPs of various parties to support the no-confidence motion.

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