VIJAYAVADA: Pawan Kalyan talks of Dravidian politics in his latest tweets, actor. politician Pawan Kalyan has talked about South India and the cultural differences between the South and North.
Pawan Kalyan Talks Of Dravidian Politics In his latest tweets
He quoted famous poet Seshendra Sharma and wrote: “You are betraying the people who had given you the power by denying SCS.” “Ban on Jallikattu and Kodipandem by government of India is an attack on Dravidian culture and its integrity, this is how it is being viewed in Dakshin Hindustan,” he wrote in another tweet.
“We know how to bring down their snobbishness” shows his contemplated strategy of cultural attack on the Union Government. The Jana Sena chief released a musical album titled ‘Desh Bachavo’ which has six songs, out of which four Were released on Tuesday and two will be released a day later.
Mr Kalyan had made use of ban on Jallikattu and rooster fights to let people understand the ‘discrimination of the Centre’ as it is trying to attack the Dravidian culture and its integrity. He even linked it with “self-respect” of South Indians.
He reminded the Chief Minister that “we are standing on the sacrifices of countless, selfless individuals who gave up everything for future generations and this is a gentle reminder to our law makers.”
“Pawan Kalyan has chosen the cultural perspective to ignite the youth and public of Andhra Pradesh as he felt that this method would effectively work on to unite everyone to fight against the Union and state governments denying the Special Category Status and other commitments of the AP Reorganisation Act, 2014.” said a close aide to Pawan Kalyan. He further said that even in Telangana Movement, the cultural perspective had played a key role in intensifying the movement and uniting the Telanganites.
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In the musical album, Kalyan talked of selfish elements who loot the nation, communal riots and loss of lives, divisive politics, and Sri Lakshmi and Manohar case.
Pawan Kalyan said the youth protest is apolitical and it is a citizen’s right to protest when they were denied for what they had been promised and no one can deny their right in democracy and if they do not allow it, the authorities are creating unrest among them.
Note: “You are betraying the people who had given you the power by denying SCS.”