This man is the reason why Modi became Prime Minister, he changed the equations

Numerous factors contributed to Narendra Modi becoming the Prime Minister of India, but one particularly notable figure who played a significant role is Pawan Kalyan. A celebrated actor in Indian Telugu films and the founder of the Jana Sena Party, Pawan Kalyan has emerged as an influential personality in Indian politics.

Pawan Kalyan is not an ordinary man, today Modi has been able to form the government at the center because of Pawan Kalyan, he contributed the most important works. According to reports, firstly bringing TDP and BJP closer in Andhra Pradesh and ally. And secondly, going among the public by giving the slogan “Congress Hatao Desh Bachao” along with BJP in both Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.

The effect of this important contribution can be evaluated from the results of the recent elections. BJP won 8 out of 17 seats in Telangana and BJP won 3 out of 25 seats in Andhra Pradesh. Pawan Kalyan helped TDP win 16 seats. Pawan Kalyan not only brought BJP and TDP together to stop Congress in the South but also helped BJP in Telangana, where BJP had a very low support base.

According to online sources, the BJP has also had a lot of success in the Andhra Pradesh assembly elections this time because of Pawan. Where TDP got 135 out of 175 seats in the assembly, BJP got 8 seats and Jansena got 21 seats. If this had not happened, the BJP would not have even got 240 seats in the Lok Sabha. Pawan Kalyan’s support proved to be an important factor in BJP’s victory. His political support not only strengthened the BJP in South India but also created a positive atmosphere for BJP at the national level.

Pawan Kalyan founded the Jana Sena Party in 2014. His main objective was to raise the voice of the Telugu people strongly in politics and fight against corruption. His unique style and simplicity soon made him popular among the public. His huge fan following and the popularity of his films established him as an influential political leader.

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