Pawan Kalyan has again taken to Twitter in a huge manner this time on which he shared a video ‘Chalo Re Chal’ urging people to question and revolt against the failed promises of the government.
There is one excellent line in the song which says that the real assets of a nation are its youth.
Pawan Kalyan also announced that he would soon take up a tour of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh and address various issues such as special status to AP, unfair distribution of resources between the two Telugu states, etc.
In that sense, his ‘Chalo Re’ yatra seems to be the first serious attempt by Jana Sena to make a political move in the two Telugu states.
Pawan Kalyan’s support to the TDP proved instrumental in Chandrababu Naidu becoming the CM as it swung the Kapu votes towards TDP.
But three years since bifurcation, Chandrababu Naidu has done nothing for Andhra Pradesh and is busy fattening his own community. Neither is the BJP keen on helping AP in any way.
Pawan Kalyan as usual asks the people to question the government but does not come out with any concrete plan of action.
How are those people who support him expected to fight the government? By putting up posts on Twitter? And what alternative is he offering the people?
Special status, Polavaram etc are not issues that will be solved in the next two years, so what exactly does he intend to do about it? Will he fight for these if voted to power? Does he have a proper plan of action on how to get these for AP?
Ultimately, actions speak louder than words. Is this just another flash in the pan before he goes back to his film shootings or will he really do something concrete this time?
Otherwise, we can sum it up by saying that Chalo Re song which was released by Pawan Kalyan from his movie Jana Sena was a really good foot-tapping number and much to the delight of his fans, director Trivikram has lent his voice as well to the song.
It reminds one of the days of Sri Sri garu when socialism was looked upon as a viable alternative to the moral decay of society. But these are not the days of ideology’, this is the age of hard core materialism. And practicality more than anything, is the need of the hour.