Jana Sena President Pawan Kalyan is gearing up for the 2024 elections, with plans to launch his campaign by the end of January. The strategy involves a comprehensive state tour covering approximately 42 assembly constituencies and 11 parliament segments in the initial phase.
Pawan’s primary focus is on bolstering the party at the grassroots level. Over the last month, the party has seen the addition of around 20 key leaders, including sitting MLCs and MPs. To ensure a robust presence, Pawan is engaging in a series of meetings with potential candidates and finalizing seat allocations. While alliance partners TDP and YSRCP intensify their campaigns, Pawan Kalyan has opted for a distinctive approach, committing to holding at least one public meeting daily, spanning all three regions.
Upcoming public meetings are scheduled in Anakapalli and Machilipatnam, with notable figures like Konathala Ramakrishna and MP Vallabhaneni Balashowry expected to join Jana Sena. In a significant development, Kapu leader and former minister Mudragada Padmanabham is poised to join Jana Sena in early February.
Recognizing the need for effective campaign oversight, Pawan Kalyan is considering the appointment of regional coordinators to monitor election activities in Rayalaseema, coastal Andhra Pradesh, and north coastal Andhra Pradesh. As the political landscape takes shape, Jana Sena aims to solidify its position through strategic alliances, key additions to its leadership, and a concerted effort to connect with the people across diverse constituencies.
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