JSP plans to hold plenary

Decision emerges from brainstorming session held by Pawan

October 23, 2017 01:03 am | Updated 07:34 am IST - VIJAYAWADA

Strategy meet:  Jana Sena Party president Pawan Kalyan at a meeting with the party’s top brass, in Hyderabad on Sunday.

Strategy meet: Jana Sena Party president Pawan Kalyan at a meeting with the party’s top brass, in Hyderabad on Sunday.

The Jana Sena Party (JSP) will be holding its plenary soon to give finishing touches to its president and actor Pawan Kalyan’s vision, which is to mainly serve the people while playing its political role.

It comes probably a few weeks before the actor’s plunge into active politics, which is to take place this month itself but has been kept on hold because of the final stock-taking that is due.

Thrust areas

At a meeting with the party’s top brass in Hyderabad on Sunday, Mr. Pawan Kalyan charted the course of action for the next six months and discussed how to strengthen the party from the grassroots level.

The focus was on the agenda of the plenary, membership drive, and Mr. Pawan Kalyan’s visits in the two Telugu States.

It may be noted that Mr. Pawan Kalyan had announced at a meeting in Vijayawada on August 1 that he would enter active politics in October.

He has since been working it out while recruiting analysts, content writers, and speakers, who would take the party’s philosophy to the masses.

As he has said, the organisation-building has almost been completed, except the crucial induction of members.

The JSP chief has raised his voice on some important public issues. And when it came to criticism by some within the TDP, he maintained restraint for obvious reasons.

He counselled the same to his cadres saying that the party should get its timing right in answering the critics.

It remains to be seen how the JSP will adapt to the fast-changing political scenario vis-à-vis the TDP’s victory in by-elections and the BJP’s expansionist programme.

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