Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan and BJP national general secretary Ram Madhav are learnt to have held ‘secret talks’ in US to work out on new political equations in AP.
Both Pawan Kalyan and Ram Madhav are currently in US to attend ongoing TANA conference.
Both the leaders reportedly chose to use this occasion to hold ‘political talks’ in US as they can easily deny reports of forging ‘political alliance’ between Jana Sena and BJP, in case of getting any ‘leaks’ to media.
Soon after attending TANA conference in Washington DC, both Pawan and Ram Madhav are learnt to have disappeared from the venue for few hours and no one knew where they headed for.
No one were allowed to accompany them.
Ram Madhav reportedly conveyed Narendra Modi-Amit Shah duo’s intention of making BJP to emerge as a strong political force in AP and proposed BJP-Jana Sena alliance to take on YSRCP and TDP, which are main regional parties in AP.
Ram Madhav is learnt to have told Pawan that Modi-Amit duo is planning to hold ‘one nation-one election’ in 2022 and as such AP Assembly will be dissolved in 2022 along with Lok Sabha though the original term will end in May 2024 to pave way for holding Assembly elections in all states along with Lok Sabha polls in 2022.
Ram Madhav offered to work together with Jana Sena, if Pawan is willing to join hands as desired by Modi-Amit duo.
Pawan Kalyan is learnt to have requested Ram Madhav to give him time for two-three months to think, analyse and take a call on working with BJP.
Ram Madhav advised Pawan to join hands with BJP to defeat both YSRCP and TDP in 2022 polls saying that Jana Sena had no chances to beat YSRCP and TDP, if Pawan wants to go alone in AP.
Ram Madhav reportedly offered Pawan all the required financial assistance and other needed support from BJP to take on YSRCP and TDP in 2022.
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