“My comments about war are being misinterpreted,” Pawan Kalyan clarifies
Published on Mar 2, 2019 7:55 pm IST

Earlier this week, Pawan Kalyan, while addressing a gathering during his ongoing campaign, stated that he was told two years ago that there’s going to be a war ahead of general elections. “Today, there is a war-like situation along the borders. I was told two years ago that there would be a war ahead of the general elections. Now, you can understand what kind of a situation we are in,” he said.

The comments came in the wake of the Pulwama attacks and India’s surgical strike on terror camps in Pakistan. Soon, Pawan Kalyan’s comments turned into a major political controversy. Finally, the actor-turned-politician clarified that his comments were being misinterpreted and that no one told him that there’s going to be a war. “No one told me about a possible warlike situation before elections. Many who follow prominent political analysts and news channels know this and I was just mentioning them,” Pawan Kalyan clarified in a statement issued to the media.

For the past few months, he has been actively campaigning across Andhra Pradesh, and it’s certain that his party, Jana Sena, is going to contest in the upcoming elections.

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