Janasena President Pawan Kalyan started forming various organizational committees to help the party prepare for Elections. In the first phase, he appointed 200 Women in various committees from various walks of life from Housewives to Doctors, Lawyers, Engineers etc. Pawan Kalyan announced that this reflects his party’s commitment to Women Empowerment.
He also went on to say it also reflects on his party’s commitment to 33% Reservations to Women. Janasena Party sent in a Press Note saying this and normally this should sound wonderful but then the party squandered it. In the Press Note, Janasena after talking about this appointment, the party started listing out the castes of the appointed women.
It is quite common for Political Parties to talk and consider about the Social Equations but then this is least expected from a party which propagates the change in Politics. Needless to say, even the cadre of the party is disappointed. While some tried to hide their disappointment saying that Politics work like that, others were clearly displeased.
On the other side, it is not clear where Janasena is heading. All the national surveys revealed so far did not give any chance to the party. Forget about coming to Power or winning seats, they do not even recognize the party as a force in the upcoming elections. Some survey from a Regional Media may give us some idea of a sort.Don't MissKCR Makes Key Announcement on His HeirThere are speculations for a long time that Telangana Chief Minister, K Chandrasekhara Rao will...Don't MissTeaser Talk: A Formulaic EntertainerSundeep Kishan who came up with a unique ghost story in his last attempt Ninu...Don't MissRamoji Rao's Eenadu Now After Jagan's GovernmentDays after Chief Minister, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy imposed an unofficial ban on ABN -...Don't MissGoosebumps Moments, Chiru's Body Kept on a HillUpdates about Chiranjeevi's upcoming patriotic drama 'Sye Raa', the saga of the first freedom fighter...Don't MissSandeep Vanga's Next Titled 'Devil'There was a curiosity on Sandeep Reddy Vanga's next movie after two back-to-back blockbusters with...