Janasena party founder is a kind of the person who stands first when there is a problem irrespective of the state and once again he proved that he is always a people’s leader. In Telangana, as a response to the RTC strike, KCR is waiting for the clearance from the High court so that he can get the private buses into the roads with a single signature.
It seems like the RTC employees went a bit down with the progress in the resolution in their problems. They have even withdrawn their demand to merge TSRTC in the Government. On Thursday, the RTC JAC leaders met Pawan Kalyan at his residence and sought his help on the ongoing strike in Telangana.
The actor turned politician, who has been active in politics despite serious drubbing in the general elections in Andhra Pradesh, said that he would seek an appointment with the Chief Minister failing which he would extend his support to the future agitational programs of the employees.
The political circles have already started a debate on will KCR takes Pawan seriously. Even KCR took the orders of the High Court also very lightly. The lawyer, representing the Telangana government has told the Court that the government does not have enough money to spend 47 crores for the RTC workers demand. Interestingly, he has announced 100 crores worth development programs for Huzur Nagar constituency.