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Srikakulam Police Denied Landing For Pawan’s Chopper

After Anantapur, Janasena Chief Pawan Kalyan got denied landing his chopper in Srikakulam for many obvious reasons by the local Police. Unable to get permission at least for the road show, Pawan Kalyan has canceled today’s meeting in Uttarandhra leaving his followers in vain.

Be it technical errors or State Government’s conspiracy, the officials of Indian Aviation rejected the plea of Pawan Kalyan to land in Anantapur the other day. However, the Janasenani with the help of enormous supporters reached the place by his vehicle and gave a stunning Public speech. Post-Anantapur, he planned a massive election campaign in Srikakulam to cheer up the Janasainikas as the elections are approaching. Unfortunately, the AP CM Chandrababu Naidu too organized a Public meet in Srikakulam pushing the Police force to their limits. Unable to judge between Pawan Kalyan and CM, Police gave way to the TDP National Chief and rejected Janasenani’s road show. As a result, this dynamic leader canceled the meet and postponed the roadshow to a further date.

The Janasena media wing declared it officially by releasing a press note about the called of meeting today in Srikakulam and the later date will be revealed shortly. Meanwhile, Janasena is preparing strategies to outshine TDP and YSRCP’s campaignings with its ideology

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