Jana Sena chief address ‘ Jana Sena for Uddanam’

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Sunday, July 30, 2017

  • Ready to take help from Jagan Mohan Reddy if needed.
  • Solution to the problem is more important than who get credit
  • will meet the Chief Minister on Monday

Jana Sena Party president Pawan Kalyan today addressing the doctors, scientists, medical students, fans and party activists at a meeting on ‘ Jana Sena for Uddanam’ said that the emphasis should be on providing relief to the victims.

Pawan Kalyan said that the politicization of the Chronic Kidney Disease problem would only prolong the issue without any solution. He said brushed aside the media speculation that the party is only helping the TDP government. He said that the solution was more important than who would get credit out of it. Some people fight for regionalism, some for caste and some for nation but there is none to fight for humanity, he said. Humanity that brought us all together, moves us, no matter where we come from including Dr.Joseph and Dr.Venkata Subbiseeti who have come all the way from Harvard, he said.

Pawan Kalyan said that he is ready to take the support of YSRCP president Jagan Mohan Reddy and the Opposition, if needed. He said that he was stopped by women at the airport when he was on the way to the meeting and wanted to show the same to you all. The placard in Telugu that reads as ‘Do not set up wine shops in residential areas’.

Vice Chancellor of Dr.NTR University of Health Sciences Dr.T.Ravi Raju, Dr. Jospeh Bonventre and Dr.Venkata Subbisetti from Harvard, Dr.Krishna Murty, a medical practitioner from Uddanam, Dr.V.Durga Rao, Dr.Dakshina Murty and Dr.Ashok Kumar and Rajesh of Jana Sena Party spoke on various aspects of the disease.

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