Pawan Kalyan strikes off the rumors about the denied permission for 'long march'

Earlier it was rumored that Vizag police denied the permission for the 'long march' when the Janasena leaders knocked their doors.
Written By Siddhu Manchikanti | Updated: November 02, 2019 17:17 IST
Pawan Kalyan strikes off the rumors about the denied permission for 'long march'

We all know that Janasena Chief Pawan Kalyan has called for ‘Chalo Visakhapatnam’ on Sunday and a ‘Long March’ is also planned as part of the protest. This is for addressing the sand crisis agitations is growing bigger and bigger in Andhra Pradesh. The main opposition TDP and Left parties are already agitating against this and joining the chorus are Jana Sena party.

 
Earlier it has rumors that Vizag police denied the permission for the ‘long march’ when the Janasena leaders knocked their doors. It says that the cops have denied permission citing security reasons. The police also obstructed the arrangements made at Vizag central park and beefed up the security at the venue.
 
But Pawan Kalyan strikes off all those rumors just a few hours back, stating that they have permission for the long march. Pawan Kalyan took to Twitter to clarify the rumours and said that this news is nothing but just to divert his part people form the long march.
 
In an official release, JanaSena Party informed that the long march will begin from the Telugu Talli statue at Maddilapalem and pass through RamaTalkies and Asilmetta before concluding at the Mahatma Gandhi statue located opposite the GVMC office.




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