If a popular person wants to get into politics seriously, he should always be among the people and be involved in one activity or the other almost every day.
But actor and Jana Sena Party president Pawan Kalyan seems to have missed this simple logic.
After making hungama for a few days in the media in the name of joint fact finding committee and joint action committee on the injustice meted out to the state by the NDA government at the Centre, he has once again gone into hiding.
The TDP government has provided him all the information on the funds released by the Centre for various schemes and how the state had spent the same.
It is not known whether Pawan has made any attempt to get the similar statistics from the Centre or not. So what facts he and his joint fact-finding committee have found so far are not known to the people till now.
Even if he gets them, there is no information from Pawan or his party as to what action plan he would chalk out to bring pressure on the Centre.
Does he want to go to Delhi and stage a dharna? Or does he want to take out a tour across the length and breadth of the state and mobilise the public support for special category status? No answers yet from Pawan.
By the way, what are his supporters – Vundavalli Arun Kumar, Chalasani Srinivas, Jayaprakash Narayan and others are doing? They have also gone silent like Pawan. There have been no statements or any agitation programmes from any of them.
How can Pawan and his team expect that people would take them seriously?