Pawan Kalyan, Chief of the party’s Jansana party, has already announced that it will contest in the 2019 elections. He has also declared in the past that he will be choosing a consituency in Anantapur district for himself as well. On the other hand, there was also a suggestion that he could contesting from Eluru in West Godavari. Will Jasana contest in all the constituencies in Andhra Pradesh? And what about Telangana? And most importantly, What about the party’s supposed alliance with the BJP – TDP? These questions are yet to reach a conclusion.
Reports suggest that TDP chief Chandrababu would be the one deciding which places Janesena would contest from as part of an alliance. Early rumours also claim that TDP would be giving 25 seats to the Power star’s party in Andhra Pradesh. Pawan Kalyan himself is not looking anywhere above 50 seats, the same sources indicate. It is also suggested that two or three seats in the Greater limits in Telangana would also be offered to the latest entrant into Telugu politics.
The new questions that arise after these reports are, how the Telugu public especially the exuberant fans of the star react to this real alliance with an already established party and the few seats that the star is going to get. How amicably can they work alongside the partymen of TDP, which is not really averse to the kind of corrupt practices that Pawan himself says he is against.