Pawan Kalyan: Actor-turned-politician Pawan Kalyan’s Jana Sena Party will contest elections on limited seats in Telangana. He himself has given this information. Pawan Kalyan has said that his party will contest a limited number of seats in the next elections in Telangana. Pawan Kalyan visited the famous temple of Kondagattu in Jagtial district and during this he made this statement.
He said that the party will contest in 7-14 assembly constituencies and one Lok Sabha seat in the state. Apart from this, in a press release of the Jana Sena Party, he has been quoted as saying that the party will give a chance to new leaders. During the 2009 general elections, Pawan Kalyan toured the whole of Telangana. He had said that he was aware of the problems of the people and would get a deeper understanding on the issues.
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Pawan Kalyan launches vehicle
Actor-turned-politician Pawan Kalyan on Tuesday performed a special puja for his campaign vehicle Varahi at Sri Anjaneya Swamy Temple in Telangana. The Jana Sena Party (JSP) leader visited the famous temple of Kondagattu in Jagtial district. After this, a group of priests worshiped Varahi. After all the rituals, Kalyan launched the vehicle. A huge crowd of Pawan Kalyan’s fans and JSP supporters were present on this occasion. He garlanded the Tollywood actor and the actor greeted him with folded hands.