PNS | Vijayawada
Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan and political affairs committee chairman Nadendla Manohar, have discussed the agricultural crisis plaguing the state, particularly the distressing situation facing farmers in the Krishna West delta.
At the meeting convened at the party office on Tuesday, the duo took stock of the farmers’ predicament, involving the loss of crops across 4 lakh acres due to inadequate irrigation water, and they attributed it to the government’s shortcomings. Pawan Kalyan proposed that the Jana Sena Party (JSP) extend its support to the struggling farmers during these trying times.
In light of this, they emphasised the importance of formulating an action plan to assist the affected agricultural community. Additionally, the conversation touched upon concerns regarding the alleged filing of unjustified cases against female JSP activists by law enforcement authorities.
The dire financial condition of the State government, which was unable to meet its obligations in terms of employee salaries, was also brought up during their discussion.
Furthermore, Pawan Kalyan and Manohar deliberated on the logistics of the fifth phase of ‘Varahi Vijaya Yatra’ and the potential convening of a coordination committee meeting involving the Telugu Desam Party and the Jana Sena Party.