Pawan Kalyan, the leader of Jana Sena, criticises the YSRCP and claims that the colour of his car has become an issue.

Jana Sena Congress Party President Pawan Kalyan slammed his election vehicle for the 2024 campaign . He said that at first he was not permitted to get out of his hotel room in Visakhapatnam and that now the color of his car has become a problem .

Amaravati (Andhra Pradesh) (India), December 9, 2018: Pawan Kalyan, the president of the Jana Sena Congress Party (YSRCP), slammed his election vehicle for the 2024 campaign on Friday, saying that the color of his vehicle has gotten a bit of a hold now, in addition to the many obstacles placed on him earlier.Pawan Kalyan shared a video and a picture of the vehicle earlier today.The vehicle, named Varahi, is ready for the Election Battle!Kalyan said in a tweet today that several YSRCP leaders disagreed with the olive green car launched by the Jana Sena Chief, which is olive green and represents the armed forces.He said that at first he was not permitted to get out of his hotel room in Visakhapatnam and that now the color of his car has become a problem.

I think I should stop breathing Next.. Is it OK for me to wear this shirt, YCP At least...According to the Central Vehicle Act, Pawan Kalyan, the president of the Jana Sena Party, should not drive an olive green vehicle other than for Army personnel.Prasad Rao, the Transportation Commissioner for Andhra Pradesh, said on Thursday that the vehicle should not be driven by a vehicle of this kind.On the photos, we can see the vehicle is olive green.I don't know if Pawan Kalyan will maintain or change it, according to state Transportation Commissioner Prasad Rao.

If it is a transport vehicle, it should not be converted into a freight vehicle, and a camp van should not be converted into a tractor.On the day of registration, the vehicle's body, height, and width will be reviewed to see if it's suitable or not, and we need to determine where it's going to be registered.We would object to it and verify it if the vehicle is approved for registration.According to the state's Additional Transport Commissioner, the vehicle registration laws in India are the same.

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