PM Modi Andhra Visit: Jana Sena Party President Pawan Kalyan meets PM Modi

PM Narendra Modi will inaugurate several projects worth more than Rs 10,500 crore in Visakhapatnam.


New Delhi: Film actor and Jana Sena Party President K. Pawan Kalyan met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday (11 November). His and Kalyan's meeting assumes significance on the Prime Minister's visit to Andhra Pradesh amid the current political scenario in the state. Jana Sena is an ally of BJP in Andhra Pradesh. Kalyan met Modi at the invitation of the BJP's national leadership.


Prime Minister Modi arrived here on Friday on a two-day visit. He has stayed overnight in the port city. Party sources said Kalyan, along with Jana Sena Political Affairs Committee chairman Nadendla Manohar, met the PM at INS Chola Suite. He told that Modi had a one-on-one conversation with Kalyan in a 30-minute meeting.


What happened between the two leaders?

The meeting was supposed to take place after Modi's talks with the state BJP core committee, but Kalyan was called for the first meeting. Because the Prime Minister had arrived late by more than 40 minutes. Neither the Jana Sena nor the BJP leaders disclosed what happened between Modi and Kalyan. Party sources said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi later met the BJP core committee members and discussed the political scenario in the state.


PM will inaugurate many projects

Let us tell you that PM Modi will inaugurate several projects worth more than Rs 10,500 crore in Visakhapatnam. PM Narendra Modi has reached Andhra Pradesh after Bengaluru and Tamil Nadu. PM Modi will also dedicate a fertilizer plant to the nation at Ramagundam in Telangana, besides inaugurating and laying foundation stones of several development projects in the state. From this, the BJP hopes that it will benefit in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.