Janasena

Joined 14 March 2014

Template:Infobox Indian Political Party Jana Sena or Jana Sena Party is a political party in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India, founded by actor in Telugu movies, Pawan Kalyan. Jana Sena means People’s Army.[1] The party logo and colours are his admiration for revolutionaries like Che Guevara and several other influential leaders.

History

He met election commission on March 10, 2014 and submitted an application for registering the party name.,[2] as the registration process takes more than 4 months. The process to register the party is initiated.

Ideology

The party's founder Pawan Kalyan is disgruntled with the current crop of politicians and high corruption in high places, and wants to give a clean and selfless governance with great emphasis on citizen participation and nation building.

Vision

Socio-political Mr. Kalyan and Jana Sena is committed to society and through society, committed to creating a balanced socio-political reality.

Justice and Balance Where there is no justice, there is no civilisation. Injustice is a reality of life, but we must fight it and ensure that our society does not become a symbol of injustice. Just because there always an element of injustice in life, does not mean we all together give up the ideal of justice and allow it to rule us. Jana Sena’s vision is for creating a just society. And a balanced society. Balance is essential to progress and for peace.

Launch

Pawan Kalyan has formally launched the party at HICC (Hyderabad International Conevention Centre) Madhapur on 14 March 2014.[3] He announced his political plans through live Telecast and webcast. Over 6,000 fans were to be allowed inside the venue. Pawan Kalyan spoke for more than two hours. The party will contest elections in residual Andhra Pradesh and Telangana states.[4][5][6]

Support

He was supported by ace director, Ram Gopal Varma, who tweeted in favour of the party. Kalyan had a maximum support from young and energetic youth all over Andhra Pradesh.[7]

Aims and objectives

  • Create greater political representation that is just and balanced, especially with youth of our nation.
  • Create a disciplined force of people that can harness the great potential of every member of our society.
  • Unite all people with lasting ideals of our nation rather than political expediency.
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Jana Sena’s Values and Ideals

  • We must endeavour to treat our fellow humans the same we as we treat ourselves
  • Law must not discriminate between powerful and powerless people
  • Equality of conditions must prevail for all people
  • The best among the society must occupy the top-most place based on what they do and not who they are
  • Our life must have balance based in nature
  • We must be connected with our divinity
  • States have to be divided following the scientific process

Party Emblem and Flag

The Party Emblem is a combination forces that define our nation’s life and struggle.

The white background The white background on which it stands signifies the peace and stability of several thousands of years of Indian civilisation and culture.

The colour Red The Emblem itself is in the colour red, which signifies revolution. A deep and true change from within, yet the story of that change is told on the stable background of our ancient nation.

The six-pointed Star The star in the Emblem is a six pointed star that signifies the 6 ideals of our party. The six ideals are mixed with our blood as we are sons and daughters of those ideals handed down to us from several generations. The white in the star signifies self-luminosity which shines on its own because ideals are lights unto our path.

The dot in the centre The dot in the centre represents the soul of every being. The soul is our true reality, our ultimate truth. The soul at the centre is also at the heart of everything we do as individuals and as a nation.

The black lining The black lining on the emblem symbolises the balance between revolutionary zeal and its opposing forces to avoid one-sidedness and discordance. It represents the harmony of the opposites.

Jana Sena Policy Declaration

Jana Sena will celebrate only the following holidays,

The Indian Independence Day and republic day Formation day of the two Telugu States. Birthdays and cultural and religious festivals will not be celebrated because they have all been exploited for political gains instead of the original purpose of national integrity. This is the policy of Jana Sena out of immense respect for our culture and the multi-religious fabric of Bharath nation.

References

  1. Pawan Kalyan's Jana Sena Party gets a new logo - The Times of India
  2. "Election Commission rejected Pawan kalyan's 'Jana Sena' party registration". 
  3. Suresh Krishnamoorthy (2014-03-07). "Stage set for Pawan Kalyan’s "Jana Sena"". The Hindu. Retrieved 2014-03-14. 
  4. Sreenivas, Janyala. "Politics makes rivals of actor brothers Chiranjeevi and Pawan Kalyan". The Indian Express. Retrieved 2014-03-14. 
  5. K V Kurmanath. "Pawan Kalyan floats Jana Sena party | Business Line". Thehindubusinessline.com. Retrieved 2014-03-14. 
  6. "Telugu actor Pawan Kalyan launches new party - indtoday". indtoday.com. Retrieved 2014-03-14. 
  7. The writer has posted comments on this article But his brother Naga Babu was not support to the Pawan Kalyan's New party. "RGV swears on Steven Spielberg! - The Times of India". Timesofindia.indiatimes.com. Retrieved 2014-03-14. 
  8. "Jana Sena Party". janasenaparty.org. Retrieved 2014-03-15. 

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