It is already known that Telugu hero Pawan Kalyan has applied to Election Commission to seek registration of a new party named ‘Jana Sena’ on March 10th, 2014. But his decision to jump into politics and start a party in haste will not be yielding any positive result for now, say experts.
Posted : March 12, 2014 at 8:28 pm IST by
Generally procedures related to starting a political party will take atleast 3-4 months. And with Election Commission of India already announcing about elections in Andhra Pradesh there is no time for Pawan to do all that. Top sources in EC confirmed that there is an application to register a party named ‘Jana Sena Party’ on whose name there is no other party in India, but merely submitting the application will not assure that the part is registered.
Pawan should first announce a one-month notification in the newspaper for registration of new political party according to the set of rules. That means, Pawan’s new party couldn’t be registered or named before elections, as the dates for notifications are likely April 2nd in Telangana and April 12th in Seemandhra.In all possible ways, Pawan Kalyan will not be able to contest or make his ticket-holders participate in elections on a common symbol and party name. Sorry Pawan, you’re too late!