All eyes are on power star and Jana Sena Party president Pawan Kalyan who is going to address a huge political meeting after a long time at Acharya Nagarjuna University grounds in Guntur in Andhra Pradesh state on the occasion of his party's formation day.
All these days, Pawan Kalyan has been playing hide and seek with the media and the people with regard to his political stand and his future course of action – what he is going to do in the coming days.
During his interaction with the media in Hyderabad last week, Pawan said he would disclose his political plans during the March 14 meeting.
He said he would also disclose how many seats his party would contest and whether his party would have any alliances with any other party. He is also expected to announce his upcoming political schedules.
In the last few days, Pawan Kalyan had interacted with several intellectuals to get clarity on how to meet people and strengthen his party.
While his antipathy towards YSR Congress party and the Bharatiya Janata Party is very much evident from his statements, one has to wait and see whether he would give any hint about his party’s affiliation, albeit indirectly, with the Telugu Desam Party.
If he has any independent plans, Pawan should openly come out with an attack on the TDP, which has been ruling the state, rather than the opposition parties.