Another day another blunder by film star turned politician Pawan Kalyan. The Janasena President who has been vehemently taking on the Chandrababu-led ruling TDP and its top leaders, has made yet another faux pas on AP Panchayati Raj Minister Nara Lokesh.
Pawan made a futile attempt to criticise Nara Lokesh at a public meeting after his visit to the Lakshminarasimha Swamy Temple. “My vehicle took 40 minutes to reach the temple from Jangareddygudem and there was no traffic at that time. That’s how bad the roads are in the state. Then where are your roads?,” Pawan questioned Lokesh.
Pawan’s latest statements once again prove his lacklustre understanding of political and logistical affairs. Usually, only Panchayati roads come under the Panchayati Raj ministry and Jangareddygudem’s roads come under the R&B Ministry. It looks like even Janasena’s local leaders failed to brief him before Pawan unveiled his failed attack.
Needless to ask, Pawan’s detractors in the TDP have been having a ball ever since he made the historic blunder by questioning a Panchayati Raj minister when the roads come under the R&B Ministry. Netizens are mocking Pawan and are advising him to first know the difference between both the ministries before he targets them and specifically mention the concerned ministers names instead of channeling all his tirades against Lokesh.