- Pawan Kalyan to rebuild party from scratch; to give more importance to youth
- Proposes village level committees
Visakhapatnam: With the success of Sunday’s long march over the sand crisis, Jana Sena Party (JSP) chief Pawan Kalyan has decided to rebuild the party from scratch. The party’s senior leaders had dispersed after the battering they received at the recent general elections.
Jana Sena agenda would not stop at the long march, and the party would be rebuilt to work more for peoples’ causes. Pawan said the party’s political affairs committee would soon draft an action plan. “We have decided to form committees from the village, town and Mandal level with 30 per cent reservation marked for the youth who have been working for the party since its inception. We will also implement reservation policy as per the constitution,” he added. An office would soon be opened in Visakhapatnam with a reading room attached to it, he said.
Pawan Kalyan said on Monday that the success of the long march reflected the peoples’ ire towards YSRCP government and Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy. The depth of the crisis revealed only through the mass congregation at the meeting held after the march, he added.
Senior party leader Nadendla Manohar said the march was a success thanks to the planning by the top leadership in Visakhapatnam.
On the other hand, Tourism Minister M Srinivasa Rao on Monday slammed Pawan Kalyan for his march and called it a “wrong march”. The Minister alleged that Pawan has been making a false allegation against YSRC Congress and Jagan.
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However, the JSP leaders said that they would launch protests from Tuesday demanding the government to sort out the sand shortage and to pay compensation to workers, who committed suicides after losing their jobs.
Concerning other recent events, the Jana Sena chief mentioned that Jagan has to explain the sudden transfer of AP Chief Secretary LV Subramanyam. “The transfer reflects the present state of the government and the autocratic rule of Jagan Mohan Reddy,” Pawan said.