MLA advises Chiru to treat Pawan in mental hospital

Bhimavaram MLA and YSRC candidate Grandhi Srinivas didn't hold back on Monday when addressing Jana Sena chief and fellow YSRC candidate Pawan Kalyan's recent remarks against him and Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy at an alliance meeting in Bhimavaram the previous night.

Srinivas took a jab at the actor-politician, advising mega star Chiranjeevi to seek treatment for his brother Pawan Kalyan.

"Pawan Kalyan is losing his mental balance and making absurd statements in public," he remarked.

Speaking to the media in Bhimavaram, Srinivas stated, "Pawan Kalyan believes that if he merges Jana Sena with Telugu Desam, he can secure packages immediately. However, if he continues with Jana Sena, he can keep receiving packages from Chandrababu Naidu." Readmore!

He proposed that Chiranjeevi counsel Pawan Kalyan to merge his party with Telugu Desam, drawing parallels to Chiranjeevi's merger of Praja Rajyam into Congress.

"With decreasing public interest in Chiranjeevi's movies, he donated ₹5 crore to Pawan Kalyan to garner support," Srinivas alleged.

The YSRC candidate accused Pawan Kalyan of aligning with Chandrababu Naidu and Lokesh, who had previously criticized Pawan Kalyan's mother.

He reminded the audience of Chandrababu Naidu's past labels as a backstabber by his father-in-law NTR and allegations of involvement in Vangaveeti Ranga's death.

Srinivas urged the Kapu community to reconsider their support for Pawan Kalyan, highlighting his failed marriage to a Kapu woman.

"She suffered greatly due to her marriage with Pawan Kalyan," he asserted.

Regarding Pawan Kalyan's multiple marriages, Srinivas expressed disdain, stating, "Pawan Kalyan's actions are against our culture and traditions. When a man marries a woman, he commits to caring for her for life."

"Pawan Kalyan married a woman from Maharashtra, then divorced her after four or five years. Later, he married a foreign woman. Can the women of our country condone such behavior? That's why we're raising this issue. Otherwise, we have no concerns about his personal life," he concluded.

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