Pawan Kalyan, the leader of the Jana Sena party and a prominent figure, is contradictory. Despite his continued affiliation with the extreme-right wing Bharatiya Janata party, he frequently adopts a leftist tone in his speeches, as if he owns the left side. On Wednesday, Pawan posted a series of tweets criticising ysr congress party chairman and state minister Y S jagan Mohan reddy for using the term "class war"—typically used by Leftists to refer to the battle between oppressors and the oppressed—in a different way.

The leader of Jana Sena was making reference to remarks made by jagan during a public gathering in Vinukonda, Palnadu district. jagan declared he was fighting alone like a lion even though a pack of wolves was after him while lashing out at the enemy. The chief minister stated that the current condition of affairs in the state is one of a class struggle between the "haves" (represented by the opposition) and the "have-nots" (represented by the government). It is a conflict between your son (Jagan), who works hard to uphold all of his promises, and a group of traitors. In reference to these remarks, pawan kalyan made fun of Jagan.

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