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Pawan Talks Of Telangana

Mega Power star Pawan Kalyan is the busiest actor in Tollywood but when it comes to support social causes Pawan does not hesitate to take time off to do his bit of service. Pawan took part in the walkathon organised by Hryudaya Spandana Foundation for Heart, Reach for Heart’, which took place this morning at the Necklace Road in Hyderabad.

In his short and sweet speech Pawan said, “I thank one and all for inviting me to support a good cause. I don’t know what message I should give on this occasion. Our state is divided into two. So, in our two Telugu states (Telangana and Seemandhra) and entire India and to every corner, these medical services of Hrudaya Spandana should be reached out. People are suffering with lack of services and politicians do not have time. So, I thank the foundation for initiating the services for helping the poor. These NGOs are doing humanity work where politicians fail to do. Thank You and Jai Hind.”

However, the mention of “two states” has surprised everyone a lot and most of them are trying to read between the lines because normally Pawan weighs every word he speaks and even in this context the actor was trying hard to be politically correct.

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