Jana Sena Party president Pawan Kalyan addressed NRIs at Dallas in the U.S. along with party leader Nadendla Manohar on Sunday. Mr Pawan Kalyan said he was camping in the U.S. not to raise funds, but to express solidarity with the NRIs who were going through a turmoil far away from their homeland.
He observed that the NRIs went to the U.S. because of their zeal to achieve something big as they lacked adequate opportunities in India. But they were facing many difficulties and needed the support of fellow Indians. He was, therefore, harping on the anomalies in the U.S. Government’s immigration policy that adversely affected the Indian diaspora.
Taking a dig at corruption and dynastic politics in India, Mr. Pawan said he never had the greed to loot people’s money or “make my son Chief Minister” by entering politics, and only had a dream of his country as a place where people and law and order were strong and youth not inclined to migrate to foreign shores for jobs.
Mr Kalyan said the objective behind the formation of JSP was to bring about the desired change in politics dominated by men who became MPs by winning the polls with money and muscle power. He expected the NRIs to participate in politics.