Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan had released new names from his party to head some committees or to be part of some existing committees. The names were a big surprise to the cadre and the rivals too as the new entrants are known faces in the State politics.
A noted socio-economic analyst Pentapati Pullarao had joined the Jana Sena. Another noted environmentalist and friend of farmers Bolisetti Satyanarayana had joined the party. Retired IPS officer Tamballapalli Ravikumar Murthy, who retired as Eluru range DIG, too had joined the party. Prof. N Sudhakar Rao, a retired professor from Hyderabad Central University is now made member of the Jana Sena advisory committee.
There are several big names that are lined up for joining in the party. The new faces continue to surprise the cadre increasing the party’s electoral prospects in every segment.
Having constituted the Narasapuram Lok Sabha constituency committee the other day, the Jana Sena chief had named the committees for Srikakulam, Visakhapatnam and Rajamahendravaram Lok Sabha constituencies on Wednesday. He is now looking into constitution of every committee with some prominent names being part of these committees.
Rajamahendravaram former legislator Akula Satyanarayana had been named secretary for the Rajamahendravaram Parliamentary Constituency committee, while economist Pentapati Pullarao had been named member of the party Political Affairs Committee.
Meanwhile, Puli Sekhar, an NRI from Dallas in USA, was made chief of the party Central Committee for Party Affairs. Sekhar, who heads several IT companies in USA, is from the freedom fighter’s family with his grandfather, Naidu Nageswara Rao leading the freedom struggle in the Godavari district. Sekhar is also a noted philanthropist and is known for his organisational skills.
With the new names flashing in the office and new committees constituted by the party chief everyday gearing up the rank and file for the next elections, the cadre in the party are celebrating the growth and expansion of the party ahead of the elections.