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Updated On 13-11-2019 13:41:47 ISTUpdated On 13-11-20192019-11-13T04:47:27.493Z13-11-2019 2019-11-13T04:47:15.702Z - 2019-11-13T08:11:47.056Z - 13-11-2019
Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan on Tuesday lashed out at Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy over the later's personal remarks on his children and marriages. Pawan asked Jagan if there is anything wrong with marrying multiple times and whether it has any consequence to the welfare of the state.
Pawan Kalyan said it was unfortunate that Reddy was resorting to personal attacks for questioning the government. "You are repeatedly saying I married three women. What problem you have with my marriages. Is it because of my marriages you were in jail for two years," he asked
The remark by Pawan came a day after Jagan referred to the former's three marriages and asking whether his children studied in a Telugu medium or English medium.
Pawan, along with the leader of opposition Chandrababu Naidu had criticised the government for its decision to turn all the government-run schools into English medium. The duo argued that this would hamper the growth of Telugu.
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