Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Jana Sena Party president and actor Pawan Kalyan said that the party would contest in the next general elections in both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana State.
Pawan Kalyan speaking at a press conference, he said that 60 per cent of the seats would be given to youth. He ruled out of working with his brother Chiranjeevi saying that their paths are different with different entitles.
Making it clear that Jana Sena was not a part of the NDA ruling at the Centre though it played a significant role in drumming up support for both Narendra Modi and Chandrababu Naidu in the last general elections. He said that the party will transform into a full time political party from March 2018 after completing ground work. He said that it had identified 32 issues haunting people including agriculture and education.
He asked the people to send their views within 2,500 words and post on www.janasenaparty.org. If found interesting, the party will personally call and discuss the views and suggestions. On the party structure, he said senior and experienced people cannot be ignored while building the party. However, he would be wary of people given his experience of Praja Rajyam Party where, he felt, lot of people joined for personal gains than servig the people.