The leader of Janasena, Pawan Kalyan, bragged about how well-read he is and how informed he is about a wide range of topics. However, he didn't seem to be aware of the 'class war' situation in andhra pradesh that jagan Mohan Reddy, the state's chief minister, had described. Pawan responded on twitter to Jagan's remarks about the "Class War" by referring to jagan as the richest chief minister in India. He made the implication that the richest cm in the country, jagan Mohan Reddy, has no business discussing "class conflict."

Well, Pawan doesn't appear to understand what the word "class war" means. He thought jagan was referring to the underprivileged. Is it only fair for individuals who have experienced poverty to discuss such matters, even if he believed it to be the case? Many well-known national figures have stood up for the poor and spoken out for them, including megastar chiranjeevi, who has accumulated millions of rupees.

Instead than disputing Jagan's authority to speak on behalf of the underprivileged, Pawan ought to have understood this. At the time, Pawan didn't tell Chiranjeevi: "Anna! You are wealthy. What justifies discussing poverty and the poor?"

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