Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan said he would take a decision about the constituency from where he wants to contest in the Andhra Pradesh assembly elections.
Kick-starting his five day 'Jana Tarangam' tour in Anantapur district, Pawan Kalyan stated that "In February I will announce my assembly segment name. As long as leaders use Rayalaseema for vote bank politics, this region will witness zero development."
"As of November 27th, Anantapur registered 47 percent lesser rainfall. Though AP government invested a lot on rain guns, this initiative did not bring the desired results and farmers are suffering because of it," said Pawan.
Criticising YS Jagan for not allowing at least his MLAs to the assembly, Pawan added that the government is not taking appropriate measures to tackle the drought.
Pawan is most likely to prefer Rayalaseema region to contest the elections as it looks like he already decided on where to contest, but the suspense continues till he reveals.