Janasena President Pawan Kalyan contested two seats (Bhimavaram and Gajuwaka) in the 2019 elections and lost in both places. Previously, Chiranjeevi also contested from two seats and won only one.
Contesting for two seats is often risky as voters tend to think that the leader will desert their seat if he happens to win both. When the voters of both seats think like that, it will be a disaster.
However, sources say that Pawan Kalyan is keen on repeating the experiment once again.
Buzz is that he wants to contest one seat each in both the Godavari districts where the party is stronger than other districts.
If sources are to be believed, he will contest in Bhimavaram once again from West Godavari. In East Godavari, he is thinking about contesting from Kothapeta or Kakinada Rural.
Pawan Kalyan is hoping that his presence in both districts will automatically boost Janasena’s winning chances in the neighboring constituencies as well.
Internal Surveys of Janasena say TDP is in the third position in Bhimavaram.
In Kakinada Rural and Kothapeta, Janasena is strong due to a strong community presence.