Even after a humiliating defeat of Pawan Kalyan and his party in the recent elections, the Janasena Chief had not stopped reminding people about Prajarajyam’s debacle and the reasons behind it.
Pawan Kalyan considers that a few people intentionally targeted his brother Chiranjeevi and Prajarajyam and resorted to such debacle of the party in the past. He repeatedly said in almost most of his political meetings that, many people behind him influenced him to dissolve the party in Congress.
The Janasena Chief is unable to come into the reality, that Prajarajyam won 18 assembly seats and even a considerable vote share in the United Andhra Pradesh. Even Chiranjeevi won in one of the assembly constituencies he contested from, though he lost in the other.
But it is Janasena, that was nowhere near to what Prajarajyam and Chiranjeevi achieved in the past. Pawan Kalyan lost in both the constituencies he contested from and the party was able to win a single seat. Even the vote share could not cross 7%.
When Pawan says that Chiranjeevi’s debacle was due to people around, the same logic applies to him too, as he along with his party faced a more bitter defeat than his brother. Proving the same, leaders like Addepalli Sridhar, who were identified as intellectual spokespersons of Janasena, came out of the party, blaming Pawan that he is getting influenced by the people like Nadendla Manohar in the party.
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So, if Pawan does not stop poking at Chiranjeevi, reminding his Prajarajyam’s debacle, it will only backfire on him, as neither Chiranjeevi fans nor Pawan fans (who were said to be parted ways after Chiranjeevi dissolved Prajarajyam into Congress) will appreciate the younger brother intentional or unintentional defaming comments on the elder brother, in his every political meeting.