JanaSena party leader, Pawan Kalyan said that he would allot more time to politics from October onwards. The shooting for his upcoming flick will be completed and the actor will devote more time to politics. Pawan Kalyan formed JanaSena party before 2014 elections and didn’t contest in the general elections. The actor rather campaigned for TDP-BJP alliance which proved to be a great success.
Pawan Kalyan said in a conference, choosing JanaSena party members are completed in Telangana state and remaining two or three districts in Andhra Pradesh has to be done. He also said that he would be fully active in Politics from October onwards to go into people. Pawan Kalyan also mentioned he will take part in a ‘Padhayatra’ (Walkathon) where he will address people’s problems.
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Recently, Pawan Kalyan met Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu regarding the problem of high occurrence of Kidney-related ailments in Uddanam village of Srikakulam district. The agenda of the actor is to serve people, and it could be better done through politics. He also said that he didn’t have any false intentions, helping people is his priority. Andhra Pradesh Government Appointed Pawan Kalyan ‘Jeevan Dhaan‘ brand ambassador
Pawan Kalyan who is the younger brother of superstar and Congress leader Chiranjeevi is also famous for unique style and set a trade mark of his own persona. The actor is currently in a hitch with BJP party for backing out on the promise of special status to Andhra Pradesh and also targeting TDP for not putting enough pressure on BJP.
The month of October will be busy for all the political parties since YSR Congress President Jagan Mohan Reddy also announced that he will also be doing “Padhayatra” throughout the State. New changes will take place by Andhra Pradesh Government also. In Telangana state, parties like BJP and Congress will start their election campaign in full swing.
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