Power Star Pawan Kalyan's much-debated new political party Jana Sena has reportedly landed in a legal problem, much before its official announcement. It was rumoured that the Telugu actor had registered the name Jana Sena with the Election Commission of India (EC) on March 10, but as per the procedures, the registration of a name of party needs at least three to four months. So the EC may not approve his party.
Reports suggest that the Election Commission in Delhi has received an application from Pawan Kalyan for the registration of the name Jana Sena on March 10, 2014, but his name has not been approved by the Commission yet. The procedures for the approval takes at least three months, and one-month notice for the registration of a party should be issued in the newspaper.
As per the norms, Pawan Kalyan will not be able to get the name of his party registered immediately and contest from this party in the upcoming Assembly and parliamentary elections, which will be held in April and May, 2014. Meanwhile, the Power Star's team is busy preparing for the press meet to be held on March 14. The actor, who is officially plunging into politics on this occasion, will reportedly address the gathering for 45 minutes. Continue to read more details about this event in the slideshow.