Pawan Kalyan’s Janasena Party registered by Election Commission
Today the Telangana State Election Commission (TSEC) has registered Pawan Kalyan’s Janasena Party as an authorized political party. Pawan Kalyan is an actor turned politician. The Notification has been issued by TSEC.
“The Telangana State Election Commission hereby registers the Janasena Party as a political party without a reserved symbol. The registration shall not entitle the party for reservation of any exclusive symbol for it. However, the candidates duly set up by this party in local body elections (held on party basis) will be entitled to preferential treatment over independent candidates in allotment of free symbols,” the Commission said in its order.
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70 Political parties have been registered with the TSEC
This registration helps the party to field the candidates in the upcoming Greater Hyderabad Municipal Cooperation (GHMC) polls. These elections are going to be expected in this year. Pawan Kalyan is the younger brother of Telugu Mega Star and former Union Minister Chiranjeevi. Pawan Kalyan has announced the formation of Janasena Party in the last year’s general elections. Till now 70 political parties have been registered with the Telangana State Election Commission in addition with recognized National Parties like BJP, Congress etc and regional parties like TRS and TDP.
Jana Sena party has got the recognition in Telangana State only but not in Andhra Pradesh State
Pawan Kalyan is one of the top ranking Tollywood heroes and has a huge number of following in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. The entry of his party could affect the political dynamics if the party chooses to contest in the GHMC polls. This is going to be a big test for the TRS government’s popularity. Already the Election Commission of India has completed the registration formalities for the party and responded positively for the party. This Jana Sena party has got the recognition in Telangana State only but not in Andhra Pradesh State.