Ever since Pawan Kalyan announced that he will be contesting in two constituencies including Bhimavaram and Gajuwaka, there is huge criticism around the move. Many felt that the Janasena supremo will be unnecessarily wasting the money of people and time of Election Commission at one of those constituencies as they have to conduct a by-election if Pawan wins them both.
However, despite knowing the fact that it will be quite risky to face the comments of opposition if he contests in two places, why would have Pawan Kalyan preferred that move? In 2009 election, Megastar Chiranjeevi has made a swashbuckling entry with Praja Rajayam Party and then contested in two places, Tirupathi and Palakollu. But he lost at one place and that explains Pawan’s fear, isn’t it?
Back then, Kapu party dominated Pallakollu lost sheen in the stroke of politics as there are reports that both TDP and Congress candidates colluded with each other to make sure that Chiranjeevi will be defeated. But in Tirupathi, the fanbase of Megastar is so strong that he hasn’t lost the bet. Anticipating similar political conspiracies, Pawan might have felt that he couldn’t just go with one place and hence the two constituencies.
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