Whenever a problem arises from the ruling party, the victims of the problem desperately need the help of one particular leader and he is none other than Janasena president Power Star Pawan Kalyan. This time, however, people of many sections approached the Janasena supremo to get their issues solved.
As is known, Pawan Kalyan visited Vijayawada on Wednesday. He received representations from various sections of people who alleged that the ruling party had done injustice for them.Obviously, the anti-incumbency of the ruling YSRCP is officially busted and it was witnessed by millions of people through various media houses on Wednesday. Here are the details of the problems being encountered by the people from the YSRCP.
* The YCP's job calendar stirred a huge controversy which resulted in extreme agitations from the unemployed youth. Some of them had met Pawan Kalyan and urged him to protest in favour of them. They said around 45 lakh unemployed were shellshocked with the job calendar of the YSRCP which was shown with too lesser number of vacancies.
* The government has completely ignored recruiting the teacher posts and conducting the related exams like TET and DSC. On the other hand, vocational instructors are lamenting the abolishment of 10 trades out of 14 from the government schools. All these teachers made appeals to Pawan Kalyan to fight against the government on the issues concerned.
* A total of 360 families who are living near to the CM's residence are forcibly being evacuated. They expressed their anguish at the Janasena president. Pawan Kalyan warned the government that he would stage a protest in front of the CM's residence.
* Polavaram evacuees also submitted a representation to Pawan Kalyan.
* Building construction workers protested that they should alone be the sole beneficiaries of 'Welfare Fund'.
* Covid frontline warriors, EHS Sadhana Samithi and many other sections of people also gave their representations to Pawan Kalyan.
* Discussing all those issues in PAC meet, Pawan Kalyan ensured forming various committees to solve the problems of the needy.