Popular Telugu actor Pawan Kalyan, who floated a new political party on March 14, has declared the policies of Jana Sena Party. The Power Star says that Jana Sena will celebrate only the following holidays - the Indian Independence Day and Republic Day and Formation Day of the two Telugu States.
In press statement released to the media, Pawan Kalyan says, "Birthdays and cultural and religious festivals will not be celebrated because they have all been exploited for political gains instead of the original purpose of national integrity. This is the policy of Jana Sena out of immense respect for our culture and the multi-religious fabric of Bharath nation."
Pawan Kalyan is completely committed to create new political leaders and a political force against all odds to bring in a grassroots revolution in the society. That is why he is going slow and strong. Jana Sena is a serious political party with a long-term goal not for temporary electoral gains, but socio-political aims.
Jana Sena has started recruiting several thousands of party members with careful scrutiny and started off training them extensively to build a social army. Meanwhile, Power Star Pawan Kalyan has penned a book titled 'ISM' and this book is going to serve as the political reference point for his Jana Sena Party. He has written this book over a period of many years along with his friend Raju Ravitej. Continue to read more and see Pawan Kalyan's photos in the slideshow.
PK's Thoughts And Beliefs
The book 'ISM' contains Pawan Kalyan's thoughts and beliefs on how the political system should function. Pawan has also written some sections about the responsibilities of individuals in society, etc.
Pawan Kalyan's Alliance With BJP
Pawan Kalyan is likely to have an electoral alliance with Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for the forthcoming assembly and parlimentary elections.
Pawan Kalyan Upset With Congress
Pawan Kalyan is very upset with the Congress party, which was instrumental in splitting Andhra Pradesh. So he launched Jana Sena with the slogan of 'Congress hatao, desh bachao' (remove Congress, save the country).
Pawan Kalyan Meeting BJP Leaders
Pawan Kalyan will meet senior BJP leaders in Delhi on Tuesday (March 18). He is likely to hold talks with BJP President Rajnath Singh, senior leaders LK Advani and Sushma Swaraj.
Pawan Kalyan Meeting Narendra Modi
Later, Pawan Kalyan is likely to fly to Ahmedabad to meet BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi to talk about the alliance with the BJP.
Jana Sena Keen To Contest Forthcoming Elections
While unveiling the policy and programme, Pawan was not clear if he and his party would contest in the coming elections. Pawan Kalyan's Jana Sena party is keen to contest five Lok Sabha and 30 assembly seats both in Seemandhra and Telangana.
In a bid to get rid off Congress, Pawan Kalyan declared that he was ready to join hands with any party. Both BJP and TDP sent feelers to Pawan for an alliance. Three parties may join hands to contest simultaneous polls to the Lok Sabha and state assembly.