Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan addressed the party’s IT wing State-wide meeting at the party office in Mangalagiri on Sunday and said that JSP has been making efforts to safeguard the future of youth.
PSPK said that he is more concerned about the future of younger generations. “If the Janasena comes to power, it will bring the IT industry in the state on a large scale,” he said. He said that the governments cannot survive only with welfare schemes and it will lead to the collapse of the economic system.
“How it is possible to provide financial support to the state if development is done by taking loans? Welfare schemes should not weaken people,” he questioned.
“After the division of the state, the IT sector was developed in Hyderabad and Bengaluru. When we went to Rayalaseema, the youth there were going to Bengaluru. They asked us why IT is not developed here. I promise today. If the Janasena comes to power in the next election, we will develop IT to a greater extent than in other states. Just going to Davos and taking pictures will not bring investments. We are asking the Chief Minister how many investments did the state get after he became the CM? How many people were given employment opportunities? People will give us that opportunity if we have the level and ability,” Pawan Kalyan added.