Pawan Kalyan on Telangana Corruption

Jana Sena Party President Pawan Kalyan Addresses ‘BC Atma Gaurav Sabha’

On November 7, 2023, Jana Sena Party president and film actor Pawan Kalyan addressed the ‘BC Atma Gaurav Sabha’ ahead of the elections to the Telangana Legislative Assembly at the LB Stadium in Hyderabad. Kalyan expressed his concerns about the level of corruption in Telangana and emphasized the need for corruption-free governance in the state.

Pawan Kalyan’s Views on Corruption in Telangana

During a public meeting in Warangal, Kalyan expressed his dismay at the extent of corruption revealed by a contractor in a recent television interview. He lamented the open discussion of commissions paid for irrigation projects and stated that such practices are not expected in Telangana. He refrained from criticizing the government earlier out of respect for the Telangana movement.

Kalyan’s Return to Telangana Politics

After a decade-long absence from Telangana politics, Kalyan made his first election campaign appearance organized by his alliance partner, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He reaffirmed his commitment to the people of Telangana and expressed his determination to bring about social change in the state.

The Focus on Backward Classes (BCs)

Kalyan reiterated his support for Backward Classes getting political power and promised to work towards their empowerment. He emphasized the importance of social justice and the need for equal treatment of all sections of society in Telangana.

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Alliance with BJP and Political Endeavors

Highlighting the alliance with the BJP, Kalyan clarified that his political efforts were aimed at ushering social change rather than garnering power. He expressed admiration for Prime Minister Modi’s initiatives and sought support for BJP candidates in the upcoming elections.


Pawan Kalyan’s return to Telangana politics signifies a renewed focus on addressing corruption and advocating for social change. His alliance with the BJP and commitment to the empowerment of Backward Classes reflects a strategic approach to the upcoming elections in the state.

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