Pawan Kalyan sets 48 hours deadline over Uddanam Kidney problem

pawan-kalyanJanasena’s chief Pawan Kalyan interacted with the kidney patients at Ichchapuram and set a 48 hours deadline to the Andhra Pradesh government over this issue.

He demanded the Andhra Pradesh government to immediately form a special committee and demanded the Health Minister Kamineni Srinivas to address the issue and allot Rs 100 crores out of Rs 6,000 crores funds sanctioned by the govt towards state public health.

Pawan Kalyan proposed three actions to be taken immediately .

  • To identify the stage of the disease in the villages and also provide medical facilities to the victims.
  • To find out the root cause and take the research part to eliminate disease .
  • To form a special committee.

Pawan Kalyan while cornering the state government set a deadline to the state government ,Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu and Health Minister Kamineni Srinivas to respond within two days. He criticised as why the government has neglected the problem for all these years and why don’t the govt utilise the funds allotted for the welfare of the people instead of wasting money on Pushkaralu and Capital.

Pawan Kalyan appointed a committee comprising doctors and party members including Dr Hari Prasad, Dr Ashok Yadav, Dr Krishna Murthy, Sandeep and a few others, who would give a detailed report on the Uddanam kidney disorders in 15 days. He also said that he would hand over the report directly to chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu, seeking his intervention in the matter.