Pawan Kalyan Embarrassed After KCR, KTR Says Big `NO’

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HYDERABAD: Jana Sena President Pawan Kalyan was almost humiliated after he was denied appointment by Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, his son and Minister KT Ramarao and even TRS senior leader K. Kesava Rao. This happened only on Friday, when Pawan Kalyan put all his efforts to get the appointment of all the three. The key point in seeking appointment with Chief Minister is nothing but as he wants to poke his nose in ongoing tussle between Telangana government and TSRTC JAC. After the leaders of JAC met Pawan Kalyan two days ago, he assured them that he will take the lead in convincing KCR or his son KTR on the strike and also extended his support the RTC employees.

Later, he sought an appointment with KCR first on Friday. As the Chief Minister’s Office did not respond to his pleas, he thought of meeting KTR. But, he got the same `treatment’ from the minister’s end. Finally, Pawan Kalyan’s efforts to at least meeting TRS senior leader K. Kesavarao also failed as he denied appointment.

It has to be recalled here, that he got VVIP treatment only a year back at Pragathi Bhavan, the official residence of Chief Minister KCR and he interacted with him for more than an hour. Pawan Kalyan was all praise for KCR government after the meeting, particularly on giving 24-hour power to the farming sector and households in Telangana.

After that Pawan Kalyan started supporting Chandrababu who is a bitter critic of KCR and his government. This led to strange relations between the two and the sources of Pragathi Bhavan said that KCR decided to give him a fitting reply at appropriate time.

Reacting on denial of appointment by KCR, KTR and KK, the Jana Sena leader released a brief note in which he mentioned, “As the three leaders are not shown interest in meeting me to discuss on RTC strike, I cannot meet them and will again try to call on them after I returns from Vizag on Sunday, 3 November.”

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