Warangal: Actor and politician Pawan Kalyan announced on Tuesday that his Jana Sena party would contest the 7 to 14 seats in Telangana Assembly and a “limited number” of seats in parliament.

Following a special puja performed at Sri Anjaneyaswamy temple by temple priests in his “Varahi” campaign vehicle, Pawan Kalyan told media in Kondagattu in Jagtial district on Tuesday that his party, which is in alliance with the BJP in Andhra Pradesh, will decide a week before the Telangana elections with whom the Jana Sena will link up.

Political actor and Jana Sena leader Pawan Kalyan on Tuesday offered prayers to his Varahi campaign float at Kondagattu in Jagtial district. (Photo: DC)He said Jana Sena would be ready to ally with any party in Telangana, while saying there would be more clarity after the election dates were announced.

Kalyan, who met key Jana Sena leaders at a private compound on the outskirts of Nachupally in Kodimyala mandal, said: “If other parties don’t come forward, then the Jana Sena will fight alone in the election. He praised the tenacity of the Telangana people, saying their courage inspired him to form the Jana Sena and start a movement to fight for the interests of the people.

Stating that he welcomed the formation of the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), he asserted that Jana Sena’s role in Telangana politics would be limited. “We will first look at the deeper issues plaguing Telangana State. Thereafter, our party will decide how many seats to fight in the state,” he said.

Kalyan said Telangana was the land of his rebirth and recalled how he survived a major accident during an election campaign in 2009. “It is due to the blessings of Anjaneyaswamy,” he said.

While pointing out that the governance of Telangana was better than that of Andhra Pradesh, Kalyan noted that the problems of the two states are distinct and cannot be compared. Targeting the YSRC, the Jana Sena leader claimed that political parties in Andhra Pradesh lacked a clear ideology and that so-called state leaders were fueling caste tensions.

He claimed that there were no democratic values ​​and that PA leaders were “murdering their own uncles”. Previously, a large number of fans and supporters gathered in nearby areas to see their favorite actor. Huge cutouts, flexies and banners were placed on either side of the street in Kondagattu to welcome him.

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