Janasena and BJP to share seats in Telangana:- Janasena Chief Pawan Kalyan flew to New Delhi and met Union Home Minister Amit Shah last evening. The crucial meeting went on for 45 minutes and several crucial BJP leaders of Telangana were present. Amit Shah wanted BJP and Janasena to form an alliance in the Telangana Assembly polls that are scheduled for November 30th. Amit Shah will be available in Hyderabad on Friday and he wanted Pawan Kalyan and Kishan Reddy to finalize the seats and the candidates for the Assembly elections in Telangana. Pawan Kalyan and Kishan Reddy will conduct meetings with their leaders and they will finalize the seats and the candidates.
Janasena announced that the party would contest in 32 constituencies and the list was announced by the party officially sometime ago. Amit Shah also discussed about the ongoing crisis in Andhra Pradesh but there was no discussion about the alliance as the elections are scheduled to take place next year. For now, there is no clarity on the alliance of BJP, TDP and Janasena in the AP polls told Kishan Reddy. He also said that their focus completely lies on the Telangana Assembly elections for now. Pawan Kalyan is expected to return back to Hyderabad this evening. He will also campaign for the alliance of BJP and Janasena in Telangana.