The actor-turned-politician cleared the air by stating that
This came days after Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu hinted that Pawan Kalyan’s JanaSena Party should join hands with TDP in questioning BJP.
“JanaSena Party will be contesting from the 175 constituencies. We will not be forming an alliance with anyone except the Left parties. We will provide more opportunities to youth and women. Kindly do not believe in what the ruling and opposition parties have to say,” the party said in a tweet.
Earlier, responding to YSRCP Chief YS Jagan’s comments that TDP and JanaSena Party were allies, CM Naidu said, “What is Jagan’s problem if JanaSena Party ties up with TDP? I asked Pawan Kalyan to come forward and question BJP in safeguarding the interests of Andhra Pradesh.”
It may be recalled that Pawan Kalyan, after launching his party in 2014, supported the Naidu-Modi led NDA in the previous elections. However, with things turning sour, the parties have had a fallout ever since.
In the wake of these events, Pawan Kalyan also released a video, in which he can be viewed saying, “