Invitation sent to know their opinion; not to hug: Pawan Kalyan
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Janasena Party Chief Pawan Kalyan recently has asked to submit the list of funds allocated and its utilization for Joint Fact-Finding Committee (JFC). But the state government had washed off its hands by saying that it is the responsibility of the center to do the job and not in the interest of the state. While, the AP, BJP leaders had brushed the topic aside and questioned Pawan Kalyan’s authenticity in asking for the fund’s list towards the state.
The first meeting of JFC already gained enough prominence, and the banter comment ‘Pawan Manode’ made by CBN has sent wrong indications. During the co-ordination committee meeting, TDP head made it clear that he doesn’t find anything wrong about Pawan Kalyan’s JFC. But he said he is concerned with the invitations sent to Congress party which is responsible for bifurcation.
Apparently, Pawan Kalyan retaliated strongly to the objections raised by the Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu. He said the JFC had sent invitations to all that includes congress only to know their opinion and not to hug them. For that matter, even TDP and YCP were invited but they are reluctant. Pawan Kalyan also shared, that he is doing what he could, keeping the best interest of the state. JFC is trying to bring all intellectuals to one platform. Just like the state governments response, even center asked JFC to go and check the figures on the website.