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Actor Pawan Kalyan insists for the post of Deputy Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh!









Leader Online Desk: Actor Pawan Kalyan, the Janasena Party (JSP) chief who won 21 seats in the recently held Andhra Pradesh assembly elections, is now reported to be aspiring for the post of Deputy Chief Minister in the Andhra Pradesh cabinet. His party contested the assembly elections in alliance with Telugu Desam Party and BJP.

Pawan Kalyan has been unanimously elected as the Legislative Party Leader of Jan Sena.

There is also a demand for five Cabinet Minister posts including the post of Deputy Chief Minister

Pawan Kalyan has been unanimously elected as the Legislative Party Leader of Jan Sena. After senior JSP leader Nadendala Manohar proposed his name, he got the support of MLAs from all parties. Actor-turned-politician Pawan Kalyan is reportedly going to try for the post of deputy chief minister in the Andhra Pradesh cabinet. By 'India Today' is given Telugu Desam Party (TDP) President N Chandrababu Naidu will be sworn in as Chief Minister on Wednesday. He also demands that his party should get five cabinet minister posts in this cabinet.

Pawan Kalyan has won the Andhra Pradesh assembly elections from Pithapuram constituency in Kakinada district by a margin of 1,34,394 votes. He has defeated VSRCP candidate Vanga Geeta Vishwanath by a huge margin. Pithapuram is known as a constituency dominated by the Kapu community. Both Pawan Kalyan and Vanga Geeta belong to the same community.

Success in politics after films

JSP chief Pawan Kalyan started his career in Telugu film Akkada Ammai Ikkada Abbai in 1996. In 2003, he made his debut as a director with the film Johnny. Pawan Kalyan entered politics in 2014. Pawan is the younger brother of South superstar Chiranjeevi and uncle of South actor Ram Charan. On May 13, Andhra Pradesh went to the polls for the Assembly and Lok Sabha elections simultaneously. Out of 175 assembly constituencies in the state, Telugu Desam Party had contested on 144 seats, Janata Sena Party on 21 seats and BJP on 10 seats. Telugu Desam Party has won 135 seats, Janasena Party has won 21 seats and BJP has won 8 seats.

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