The actor said that the party is keeping track of all the negative criticism, and will respond when necessary.

JSP chief Pawan Kalyan asks supporters not to go after critics wanting to sabotage partyFacebook/Pawan Kalyan
news Politics Saturday, October 07, 2017 - 18:48

Jana Sena Pary chief, actor Pawan Kalyan has asked his fans and supporters to maintain restrain and not to criticise his critics, as it may affect his party’s prospects in the forthcoming general elections.
The actor took to Twitter on Saturday and said, “We are building the party slowly with calculated steps. Few people, either for fame or to divert our attention or to annoy us, will try to sabotage our effort in different ways. I plead you to not respond to such things. Even if someone makes personal remarks against me or defames me, let us behave respectfully. I firmly believe in a politics that is beyond caste, region and religion, and established Jana Sena Party for the same reason. The party is being built with humanity as its religion. At this juncture, don’t get angered by the negative criticism. Your anger will harm the party’s prospects. The party is keeping track of all the negative criticism. When they cross the limit, the party will respond.”

Yesterday too, the actor tweeted sarcastically about TDP leaders, who had said that they don’t know who Pawan Kalyan was.


The actor took objection to Union Minister Gajapathi Raju and Minister for Labour and Employment Pithani Satyanarayana’s remarks about him.

It must be noted that Pawan Kalyan had supported TDP and the BJP in the 2014 elections. But this did not stop him from voicing his discontent at several decisions taken by the TDP, leading to differences between the two parties.
During the recently held Nandyal bye elections, Pawan’s Jana Sena did not support any party. Maintaining a neutral stand, he announced that JSP would contest in 2019 general elections.  

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