31-10-201831-10-2018 05:30:00 IST
Updated On 31-10-2018 12:07:43 ISTUpdated On 31-10-20182018-10-31T00:00:00.000Z31-10-2018 2018-10-31T00:00:00.000Z - 2018-10-31T06:37:43.940Z - 31-10-2018
Janasena President Pawan Kalyan will be travelling from Vijaywada to Tuni by train to interact with the voters. Pawan will be boarding Janmabhoomi Express on 2nd November and attend a public meeting at Tuni on the same day.
Pawan would be making halts at multiple towns to interact with locals and understand their issues. He will be meeting mango farmers from Nizvid, sugarcane farmers at Tadepalligudem, textile workers at Rajamahendravaram, students at Samalkot and artisans at Etikoppa, said an official press note.
Pawan invited all Janasena party workers and his supporters to be a part of this train journey. “Hello everyone, I invite you to interact with me on a train journey from Vijayawada to Tuni on November 2”, Pawan announced on Facebook.
The journey to Tuni is of great importance to Pawan and a continuation of his extensive campaigning in the two Godavari districts. Over the last two months Pawan has been aggressively campaigning in the two districts, a stronghold of Kapu community to which Pawan belongs.
Incidentally, it was during at a public meeting in Tuni titled ‘Kapu Garjana Mahasabha’ demanding reservations for Kapu’s where major violence broke out. The attendees of the meeting set fire to ‘Ratnachal Express and caused major damage to public property.
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