Hyderabad: The Telangana State Election Commission on Wednesday registered Jana Sena Party founded by Tollywood hero Pawan Kalyan as a political party. The SEC issued a notification declaring the Jana Sena as a registered political party in the State of Telangana. However, the Commission has not reserved any election symbol for Jana Sena. Pawan has already applied to the Central Election Commission (CEC) for recognition to his party.

Interestingly, it is yet to get the registration as a political party in Andhra Pradesh, where Pawan wields a lot of influence. The SEC notification said the Jana Sena had been given recognition as there were no objections for its registration. The order said that K Pawan Kalyan, president of Jana Sena had applied for registration of his political party under the Registration of Political Parties and Allotment of Symbols Order, 2001 with the State Election Commission on December 10, 2014.

The Commission set in motion the process of registration of the Jana Sena by giving a public notice calling for objections from the general public for registration of the said political party. The notice was published in the extra ordinary issue of Telangana Gazette.

The registration shall not entitle the party for reservation of any exclusive symbol for it. However, the candidates duly set up by this party in local body elections (held on party basis) will be entitled to preferential treatment over independent candidates in allotment of free symbols. 

Sources close to Pawan said that the Jana Sena is planning to contest the forthcoming Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) elections.

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I'm not ur fan sir... Im fan of ur party ....& I'm proud to be ur party sir ...

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