Actor-turned-Jana Sena Party chief Pawan Kalyan appears to have woken up from his slumber and realised that the main reason for the humiliating defeat of his party in the recent elections was lack of an organisational network for the party.
Apparently realising that there is still a lot of chance for the party to bounce back at least by the next elections, Pawan Kalyan on Monday decided to build up the party from grassroots level to the state level.
“Hitherto, we could not have proper organisational structure for the party despite having a big cadre base due to lack of experienced leaders.
“Now, we have got some senior leaders who are committed to the party development. So, we can appoint committees at all levels,” he told a meeting of senior party functionaries.
He asked senior leaders like Nadendla Manohar, Thota Chandrasekhar, former IPS officer V V Lakshminarayana, retired chief secretary of Tamil Nadu P Rammohan Rao, former IRS officer Chintala Parthasarathy and others to give their valuable suggestions in building up the organisational structure.
The Jana Sena Party chief said he would take forward his struggle for justice and there was no question of going back on his mission.
He said after the constitution of state-level committees, he would concentrate on the local committees.
“Let us encourage new generation leaders and every leader should take part In carrying forward our mission to achieve the goal,” he said.