Chandrababu betrayed me, alleges Pawan Kalyan

Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan on Friday a began hunger strike, demanding the Andhra Pradesh government to find a solution to the kidney disease in Uddanam region of Srikakulam district. Pawan Kalyan launched the hunger strike at the place where he is staying in Etcherla mandal (block) of Srikakulam district at 5 p.m.
Pawan, who is currently on a state-wide tour, had earlier demanded that the state government find a solution to the problem in 48-hours, failing which he will go on hunger strike. He blamed that Chandrababu Naidu government is not interested in solving people’s problems and it is focused only on their votes.

In a direct attack on CM Chandrababu Naidu, Pawan Kalyan said the AP CM had plotted the vicious slander to cause disruption to his protest.
The actor said that the Uddanam problem was taken to the notice of the government but it had failed to respond to the situation.
Pawan claimed that over 20,000 people of all age groups have died of chronic kidney diseases in the region during the last two decades.
Pawan Kalyan further questioned Chandra Babu Naidu as how can he allot Rs 2,000 crores for ‘Pushkaralu’ when he can’t afford it for the health of the people. He also said he believed Chandra Babu and hence he supported the TDP but realized that he has backstabbed Babu and hence he broke with the party.
The Jana Sena chief also warned that he will continue his fight against the government despite all its efforts to cause disruption to his protests.