Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan seems to have finally realised the value of team work and the coordination among the leaders. During his interaction with the party leaders from the Godavari districts at the party office at Mangalagiri, Pawan Kalyan found the absence of coordination as one of the main reasons for the party’s defeat in the just concluded general elections.
After the humiliating defeat of the Jana Sena candidates and his own candidature in the elections, Pawan Kalyan is now slowly getting into reality on the electoral politics. He said that there was lack of coordination among the leaders from the State leadership to the leadership in the village level. He also found that the party cadre at the grassroots were not coordinated well, to convert them into voters.
Having realised so, it is to be seen how he would rebuild the party, preparing the rank and file for the impending local body elections in the state. While he claims that power is not important for him, a political party has to win the election if it has to stay alive. The party has to win some gram panchayats and municipalities in the elections to stay alive for the 2024 general elections.
Perhaps it is for this reason, he is now holding review meetings with the party leaders for the past three days. Having lost the electoral battle badly, the Jana Sena chief is slowly targeting the ruling YSR Congress for its policies. While stating that it is too early for any party to nail the ruling party, which is in power just for two months, Pawan Kalyan had blamed the government for its failure in sand policy and total prohibition plans. He said that the YSR Congress had failed to regulate the sand mining and thus had crippled the construction industry. He also said that the big plans of Jaganmohan Reddy government to impose total prohibition in a phased manner would not work. However, he did not make his mind clear whether his party is for total prohibition or not.