Power Star Empowers Jana Sena’s first MLA candidate

Pawan Kalyan, the most celebrated hero of Tollywood, and a youth icon of the preponderance of folks in the Telugu states has founded Jana Sena Party, on March 14, 2014. Jana Sena Party (JSP) has been emerged as a political party to raise the voice in the best interests of the people of Telugu states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Having a word for word meaning of People’s Army in Telugu, Jana Sena Party has its motto to Fight for the Rights of each and every Common Person.Even with the JSP got underway well before the general elections of 2014, the party had not played its chunk unswervingly in those elections. But the party on the exterior supported the BJP-TDP alliance. There is no doubt that a major involvement from Jana Sena Chief Pawan Kalyan has led the TDP party to surface with flying colours in the 2014 general elections.

For quite some time, the Jana Sena Party has not crossed the threshold for the full-fledged disposition of direct politics. From time to time, whenever there was a social need, Pawan Kalyan has steered meetings at various places, concerning various social issues — to question the ruling and opposition parties. In all these meetings, except for getting a clue about the Jana Sena Party’s participation in the 2019 general elections, no other strong indication has ever come to light. However, on May 2, 2018, the Jana Sena Party (JSP) Chief, Pawan Kalyan, has announced that the party will contest in all 175 assembly seats in Andhra Pradesh in the 2019 assembly election.In the recent scenario of Telugu politics, on the one hand, after the Chief Minister of Telangana, KCR, has dissolved the state assembly, there has been so much of heated argument going-on in Telangana politics. Astonishingly, on the other hand, Pawan Kalyan has announced the party’s first MLA candidate in Andhra Pradesh State.

In an instantaneous move, the Jena Sena Party on September 11, 2018, has announced tha party’s first MLA candidate, Pitani Balakrishna. Besides that, the Party Chief Pawan Kalyan has also issued the party B form to him. Pawan Kalyan allocated him the Mummadivaram Assembly constituency in East Godavari district and declared him as the party’s first candidate for the looming assembly elections in 2019. While addressing the crowd, Pawan Kalyan has said that it was a good sign for the party to have a steadfast and devoted leader to be declared as the party’s first MLA candidate.Declaring the first MLA candidate from Andhra Pradesh has set in motion for many speculations. There is a convinced abrupt chance for the declaration of Jana Sena Party’s first MLA candidate in Telangana state too. In all probabilities, the premeditated move of declaring the first MLA candidate in Andhra Pradesh, before declaring a candidate for Telangana, is to substantiate the rejoinder heights about the popularity that the JSP has among the masses.

– Dr. Suman Kumar Kasturi