Dhritarastha Hug: Lord Krishna beside PK!

Mon Feb 12 2018 17:52:38 GMT+0530 (IST)

Undavalli Arun Kumar went to meet Lok Satta chief Jayaprakash Narayan on Monday to discuss about the exercise to be done by the Joint Fact Finding Committee (JFFC). It was then CPI Secretary Ramakrishna, who is another member of the panel formed by Pawan Kalyan, arrived to meet JP for some work. The trio discussed about the strategy to be adopted to bring out the facts. They had addressed media collectively post the meeting.



Jayaprakash Narayana: 'State & Centre are focussing on unnecessary hungama rather than productive work. Focus should be on how more funds can be obtained, employment opportunities can be created for youth and incentives. There will be complications as the exercise is happening after four years. Undavalli have complete understanding about the developments happened during bifurcation. None of us have power, except sincerity to work for the welfare of people. We believe something good comes out of our efforts'.

Undavalli: 'JP have entire information about allocation of funds and what else need to be done. We will involve few experts to bring authenticity to the reports of Joint Fact Finding Committee. Luckily, CPI secretary Ramakrishna came here for some other work and he took got involved in the discussion. Agenda is to work for state benefits, instead of politicizing the issue'.

When his reaction was sought on AP Minister's comment 'PK - Beware of Undavalli's Dhritarastha Hug', Undavalli replied: 'I don't know who gave me such a certificate at this age. I thank that Minister! There will someone beside Pawan Kalyan to turn Sri Krishna for freeing him from the hub'.

CPI Ramakrishna welcomed the involvement of JP and Undavalli in the JFC. He expressed the belief that their inputs would be beneficial as they have vast knowledge. 'Bandh call given by Left Parties on Feb 8th became successful with the active participation of all the parties. All Parties Meeting will be convened on 18th of February to fight for AP's rights,' he informs.