All set for Jana Sena's grand debut for assembly and parliament elections

By Xappie Desk, April 09, 2019 20:19 IST

All set for Jana Sena's grand debut for assembly and parliament elections

All set for Jana Sena's grand debut for assembly and parliament elections
 
It is a proven fact that actors leaving their mark in the political world is not always a cake walk. Legendary NTR who got humiliated by the Congress high command had founded TDP which has set ripples in the state politics. On the other hand, Mega Star Chiranjeevi’s Praja Rajyam turned into a major disappointment for fans and party cadre.
 
Amidst this, Pawan Kalyan who is lauded for his simplicity and his concern for the society announced his political entry. Though his party didn’t contest in the 2014 elections, Pawan supported TDP which was one of the reasons for the latter’s victory. And now, Jana Sena is all set to contest in all the assembly seats and parliamentary constituencies. On this note, there are many theories and surveys popping up as of how many seats the budding party would win in the upcoming elections.
 
Sathagni, the Power Star’s digital team, and Janasainiks have analyzed that Pawan’s party would win not less than 15 assembly seats and almost 2 MP seats. These conclusions were made based on the response received by the party chief during his visits.
 
Nevertheless, the political analysts’ surveys revealed that the party has their influence in less than 10 constituencies. Based on the main criteria like community influence, strong candidates e.t.c, analysts have come to the above conclusions. Media channels whose are quite active during the elections season have their own interpretations. Tough they face allegations of encouraging the bettings, most of the media analyses are proved to be genuine and trustworthy and they revealed that Pawan’s party would win in less than five constituencies.
 
All said and done, Jana Sena’s real strength will be known on May 23rd. But one thing for sure is that the party is already giving tremors to YSRCP as the party is speculated to split the votes.



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