With Pawan Kalyan setting his eyes on politics on a full-time basis, he is actively engaging with his followers and other people on various topics. The founder of Jana Sena Party is expected to address several rallies in the next few months in the run up to the elections in 2019. Meanwhile, he took to Twitter to reveal some interesting details about how he got interested in politics in first place.
Apparently, it was “We, The Nation – The Lost Decades,” a book written by Nani Palkiwala, which shaped his political thinking in the beginning. Incidentally, he found the book at his home, thanks to Nagababu who was studying law in the 1980s. “This book written by Late Sri. Nani Palkhiwala, it came into my hands when my 2nd brother Nagababu was doing his law in 1980’s & got it home. Till now he never knows that he was the one who introduced me to Nani Palkhiwala,who played a key role in shaping up my political thinking,” Pawan Kalyan posted on Twitter.
He also revealed that he has been sharing information on books, literature, and other things that influenced him when a group of youngsters approached him in London to help them to expand their socio-political issues.
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