Pawan Kalyan led JanaSena party spokesperson Addepalli Sridhar on Saturday (20th of April) morning informed that he has decided to stay from the political activities of JanaSena.
Sridhar Addpalli wrote on Twitter, “Thank you all for the support extended and cooperation given. I will be staying away from political activities of Janasena for now. I have fulfilled all commitments to Best of my capacity.”
Namaskarams to all,— Sridhar Addepalli (@SridharAddepal1) April 20, 2019
Thank you all for the support extended and cooperation given. I will be staying away from political activities of Janasena for now.i have fulfilled all commitments to best of my capacity.
Mr. Addepalli however didn’t reveal any reason on the decision of leaving the JanaSena Party.
Addepalli was known for his debatable skills on political media platform.
JanaSena went to polls in all 25 Parliamentary and 175 assembly constituencies spread over 13 districts in Andhra Pradesh.
Pawan Kalyan’s JanaSena went to poll with CPI, CPM and BSP. Janasena as part of an alliance deal with the CPI, CPI-M and the BSP, the party allocated 2, 2 and 3 Lok Sabha seats respectively.
It also gave 7 assembly seats to CPI, 7 assembly seats to CPM, and 21 assembly constituencies to BSP.