Jana Sena leader Pawan Kalyan intensifies his campaign with a three-day visit to the Godavari districts. Starting from Bhimavaram, he will cover Amalapuram, Kakinada, and Rajahmundry. Pawan aims to secure 12 out of 25 alliance seats in the Godavari region, crucial for his party’s electoral strategy.
The focus on Bhimavaram and Kakinada reflects Pawan’s determination to win back lost ground. Facing challenges from incumbent MLAs like Dwarapureddy Chandrasekhar Reddy, Pawan is undeterred. Open challenges and repeated calls for contesting from local leaders suggest intense electoral dynamics.
Speculation mounts about Pawan’s potential candidacy in Bhimavaram and Kakinada, with discussions within the party indicating a likelihood of his participation. Whether Pawan contests or not, the suspense over candidate selection underscores the high stakes in these constituencies. The upcoming days will reveal the final decisions and their impact on the electoral landscape.
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