Pawan Kalyan’s Janasena Party to contest in GHMC Elections 2020, An official statement was released, “A decision to participate in the GHMC elections 2020 has been taken after a proposal from the young cadre of the Janasena Party. There have already been certain meetings at the various committee levels regarding this issue and we are reviewing our activities at the ground level.”
It was added that the Janasena party has been receiving quite a few proposals from the ground level party workers, who have been ‘diligently working’ to contest in the upcoming GHMC elections. The Janasena party has also started collecting biodata and other details from the interested candidates to contest in the GHMC Elections 2020 on Tuesday in Hyderabad, in which party leaders from Telangana and Hyderabad have participated.
JanaSena has already taken up several activities in Telangana, and especially in Hyderabad, where they helped a lot of food victims during the devastating rains that drowned Hyderabad recently. All active members of the party have a chance to take part in the elections, and the final list of the candidates is expected to be announced soon, once the nomination procedure is done.
Pawan Kalyan’s Janasena Party to Contest in GHMC Elections 2020
#GHMC ఎన్నికల్లో పోటీ చేసేందుకు ఆసక్తి ఉన్న అభ్యర్థుల నుండి బయోడేట స్వీకరణ జరిగింది. ఈ కార్యక్రమంలో తెలంగాణ నాయకులు, గ్రేటర్ నాయకులు పాల్గొన్నారు.#JanaSenaForGHMC #GHMCElections2020 pic.twitter.com/m3yzVivJUM
— JanaSena Party (@JanaSenaParty) November 17, 2020
It is already known that the BJP has high hopes for the GHMC elections, following its massive victory in Dubbaka by-elections. Jana Sena and BJP are working together in AP for the welfare of the people, and a similar work pattern is expected here, in Telangana and Hyderabad, from now onwards.
This is also the second time that the party will be contesting an election in Telangana. For the Loksabha elections, they had one candidate from Telangana in 2019. During the assembly polls in 2019, the Jana Sena contested 140 seats in Andhra Pradesh, but none in Telangana. The Jansena party won from just one seat (Razole) and was able to garner only a 6.7% vote share in Andhra Pradesh.