Close on the heels Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Union Government’s exemplary decision to scrap the existing Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes in order to curb the black money, actor-politician Pawan Kalyan’s public meeting on Thursday (Nov 10) in Anantapur gained special significance.
All eyes are now on Pawan’s take on Modi’s decision which mostly received rave response from all corners except from few.
Meanwhile, one is closely waiting to see how Pawan is going to take on Centre that has been denying the accordance of Special Category Status (SCG) to the successor state of Andhra Pradesh.
It was promised on the floor of the house in Parliament during UPA regime and subsequently promised by the BJP-TDP combine as part of the poll promise.
Given that Pawan repeatedly stated that he is short of funds, most likely he may welcome Modi’s tough stand against the black money circulating in the country.
At the same time, one has to see how Pawan going to strike a fine balance between praising Modi’s latest decision and lament for the u-turn on SCG for AP.