Kurnool: Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan slammed chief minister Chandrababu Naidu for creating hypes by saying that his government was giving cash to the farmers. He was attending a public meeting at Konda Reddy Fort in Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh. He said the cash distributed was not from Naidu's pocket, but from the government’s treasury. He then said that the same money was used by Naidu to buy votes. 

Pawan Kalyan has said that no government will be formed in Andhra Pradesh without Jana Sena’s support. He said positive politics would bring the much-needed change in society.  

The actor-politician called upon the people to join the movement to change the present political system, which he said, is riddled with corruption, inefficiency and favouritism.

The Jana Sena leader then added that he has no ambitions like YS Jagan Mohan Reddy of YSRCP and Chandrababu Naidu of TDP, who were trying for the chief minister’s seat. He said that if the citizens ask him to work as the chief minister, he will. 

Rooting for change and independence, Kalyan said that he had no fear of failure. And he is  prepared to play the long game. “Unlike YS Jagan, I have no ambition of getting glued to power for centuries,” he said.

Kalyan said that people should also give a chance to youngsters to bring the much-needed systemic revolution to cleanse the past and pave way for the future.

The actor-politician later said that he had no money or muscle power.  “I have no TV news channels. No newspaper. People and Jana Sainiks are my real newspapers and channels,” he said.