The actor- turned- politician Pawan Kalyan's Jana Sena party has decided to join hands with Bhartiya Janata party in Andhra Pradesh. The announcement was made after a meeting took place on 16th January in Vijayawada between leaders of both the parties amid unrest in AP’s Amravati region owing to YSRCP government's proposal for three capitals. Their main aim is to fight the YSRCP government together which is going at a great pace and is turning out as an unstoppable force in the Andhra Pradesh state. On the other side, they equally vowed to keep the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) at the bay.
After Jana Sena Party and BJP confirmed their alliance, it is being said that the prime minister Narendra Modi has called Jana Sena Chief Pawan Kalyan for a crucial meeting to Delhi. Recently Pawan Kalyan said that he was aligning with Bharitya Janatha Party as the state was suffering from selfish and partisan misrule.