Jana Sena chief and actor-turned-politician Pawan Kalyan and Andhra Pradesh BJP president Kanna Lakshmi Narayana announced the alliance at a meeting in Vijayawada and said it would work to end. They also said that the alliance would certainly clinch power in the state in 2024. Now Jana Sena Chief Pawan Kalyan got a rude shock, when the Bharatiya Janata Party on Saturday announced postponement of the proposed “long march” on 2nd February in support of Amaravati farmers protesting against the three capitals plan.
The rally was jointly planned by Bharitya Janatha Party and Jana Sena from Tadepalli to Vijayawada Exhibition Centre at 2 pm on 2nd February. The plan was announced by Pawan Kalyan in New Delhi after meeting Bharitya Janatha Party national president J P Nadda. BJP State vice president Turaga Nagabhushanam issued a statement revealed that the “long march” has been postponed.