3 Wrong Decisions of Pawan Due to TDP

Thu 14th Nov 2019 06:55 AM

Pawan Kalyan's Three Bad Decisions Due to TDP

Pawan Kalyan's Three Bad Decisions
Pawan Kalyan's Three Bad Decisions
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Janasena chief Power Star Pawan Kalyan is known for his dare devilish fighting spirit which takes him to any extremities in agitating against the rulers. It must be admitted by every politician that Pawan Kalyan's potentiality and charisma among the masses made many problems of the downtrodden solved. 

Post the general elections, Pawan Kalyan's protests against Uranium mining and sand mafia received huge appreciation from all corners. But then, the Janasena chief is said to have taken three really bad decisions in support of TDP. Since Janasena and TDP might have understood that they can't fight individually against the ruling party at the moment, both the parties appeared to have decided to go together in agitations. Eventually, Pawan Kalyan took three very bad decisions with the influence or say with the pressure of Chandrababu Naidu and Ramoji Rao. Check out the following decisions of Pawan Kalyan and how they are bad. 

AMARAVATI ISSUE: One of the wisest decisions taken up by the YSRCP government is to scrap Amaravati as the capital. As we know, previous TDP government chose 3-crop yielding Amaravati as AP's capital just on caste biased factors. Moreover, TDP transferred huge funds just for temporary constructions. As YCP government scrapped Amaravati, the funds are being utilized for the welfare of the needy. 

DEMOLITION OF PRAJA VEDIKA OFFICE: It might have been a wrong decision YS Jagan letting TDP's office Praja Vedika at the banks of river Krishna, demolished. But then, the agitation should have been led by TDP's leaders, but not Pawan Kalyan. Strangely, Pawan Kalyan commented YSRCP about a TDP's office demolition. 

ENGLISH MEDIUM ISSUE: If at all people understand the ground realities of government schools, everyone supports YCP sarkar's proposed conversion of all schools into English Medium. Even if YSRCP hasn't taken such decision, TM schools would have been disappeared in next couple of years as the new admissions rate has drastically been fallen down. On the other hand, once the students accustom to EM education, they can compete private convent students in a big time. The disappearance of Telugu tradition, culture and heritage are just hyperbolic creations of Ramoji Rao and his team. Pawan Kalyan seems to have been fighting unnecessarily against the poor students and parents.

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