Accordingly in a major announcement, actor cum politician pawan Kalyan's Jana Sena party (JSP) has decided to ally with the bharatiya janata party (BJP) in andhra pradesh, to "protect the interests of the state and its people." Meanwhile the announcement came after a 'crucial meeting' in vijayawada on thursday, in the wake of the prevailing unrest in Andhra Pradesh's amaravati region, over the ysrcp government's proposal for three capitals.
When speaking to reporters, pawan kalyan said, "BJP and JSP will work together to come to power in 2024 in Andhra Pradesh. We will work for the people of the state together." Furthermore praising prime minister narendra modi and home minister amit shah, pawan kalyan said, "Back when modi was the PM candidate, I met him in Gandhinagar and shared my thoughts. andhra pradesh needs BJP. Hence after becoming a new state, strong leaders who are corruption-free and have a vision, are at the Centre, which is favourable for the development of the state."
He added "We will work for corruption-free governance and we will take on the caste-ridden and dynastic politics of the state". Meanwhile pawan kalyan and JSP Political Affairs Committee chairman nadendla manohar represented their party, state president kanna lakshminarayana, rajya sabha member v L NARASIMHA RAO' target='_blank' title='g v l narasimha rao-Latest Updates, Photos, Videos are a click away, CLICK NOW'>g v l narasimha rao and party state in charge sunil Deodhar represented the bjp at Thursday's meeting. Perhaps the bjp also made it clear that there was no understanding or alliance with the tdp or the ysrcp, and it had an 'ideological' alliance with the JSP alone and the meeting was a follow-up to the interaction between bjp national working president J P Nadda and pawan kalyan in New delhi earlier this week.