‘60% of the posts would be given to new comers’, says Jana Sena Party

Sunday, October 8, 2017

Jana Sena Party State media in charge Pidugu Hari Prasad said that 60 per cent of the posts will be given to the new comers in the party.

Speaking to media after inaugurating the two day programme to select party’s resource persons for Krishna district on Saturday, he said there was no rom for tainted persons in the party. The character of the persons would be scrutinized before welcoming them into the party. The selection of resource persons was a huge hit as nearly 60,000 youngsters enrolled themselves online. He said that the selected persons will be the link between the party and the people as their services will be utilized in cities, towns, mandals and villages as per their capabilities and strengths.

‘We will support any party including the YSRCP provided it fights for special status for Andhra Pradesh and takes up issues concerning the people’, he said.

Meanwhile Pawan Kalyan asked his followers and party activists to stay calm in the face of criticism and warned that any aggressive reaction would damage the party’s image. On his twitter handle, he posted a short note warning the followers that their charged responses to critics might damage the party’s reputation.

‘A request to the Jana Sena activists and followers. The party (JSP) is being internally strengthened with an aim to practically solve people’s problems. Meanwhile, some people are attempting to gain name and fame, or annoy us and divert attention. I appeal everyone not to respond to such people. Even if they criticize or try to defame me personally, we shall stay reserved’, he said. The JSP is poised to establish a responsible political system, irrespective of religion, caste and region. With humanity as its religion and social protection as motivation, the party is being built, At this time, your aggression against criticism would not do the party any good’, Pawan said.

The warnings of Pawan Kalyan comes in the light of certain people, claiming to be his followers, verbally attacking his former wife and a film critic for their observations during interviews on the television.

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