Pawan Kalyan, an actor-turned-politician revealed that he was told about an impending war ahead of the Lok Sabha elections two years ago.
While addressing a gathering at Allagadda, Kurnool, the Jana Sena Party chief spoke about the war-like situation along the borders and how he was told two years ago that there would be a war ahead of the general elections.
Lashing out at BJP, he said that the party doesn’t own terrorism.
He said that BJP doesn’t have the right to patriotism or the nation’s integrity.
He added that war is not a solution to any problem and would instead cause huge damage to both countries.
The former Telugu actor is campaigning actively across the state has made it vocal that his party doesn’t differentiate between communities and isn’t interested in war and vote bank politics.
He urged the party workers to foil any attempts of creating communal disharmony. He asserted that Muslims do not need to prove their patriotism.
"I don't know about the status of Hindus in Pakistan, but India keeps Muslims in its heart. It made Azharuddin the captain of its national cricket team and APJ Abdul Kalam the President of the country," he added.
Earlier this year, he was keen on not having any pre or poll alliance for the elections however, he has said that if the need arises, a tie-up with the Left parties might take place.