Jana Sena president Pawan Kalyan on Thursday said that the language being used by YSR Congress Party leader Y S Jaganmohan Reddy was objectionable and that he would never use such language in politics.
"I cannot say things like shoot the Chief Minister or kill the Chief Minister. I will oppose my rivals only politically and not personally," the former movie star said.
He added that he believed in practising ideal politics and not politics filled with hatred and vengeance.
Addressing party workers of the Kadapa district, Kalyan alleged that both the TDP and the YSRCP leaders would cause huge losses to the state by their politics. The two Telugu-speaking states were witnessing a situation where money was dominating politics, he claimed, and said that those who craved for money in politics would lack the commitment needed for public service.
He said that he had decided to join politics in as early as in 2003 but that he had delayed his decision as he had never considered politics as a means to earn money. He called upon his party workers to work for bringing about a change in politics and not to dominate others.
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