Jana Sena Party camp seems to be undergoing some crisis. With the polling concluding in the state recently, things are changing rapidly in the party. The Jana Sena Party President Pawan Kalyan didn't conduct any review meeting before shifting his base to Hyderabad. Surprisingly, the party offices in AP and the IT Center of the party in Hyderabad are closed.
With the results still a month away, Jana Sena Party spokesperson Addepalli Sridhar has distanced himself from the party. The party's spokesperson announced on Twitter that he will stay away from the party affairs.
According to the reports, Addepalli Sridhar expected Rajahmundry Rural Ticket but lost to Kandula Durgesh. Nevertheless, he continued to campaign for the party and extended support to Jana Sena in various TV debates. However, after the polling concluded, he has become inactive.
Previously, Addepalli Sridhar worked for Praja Rajyam Party followed by BJP and later he came to Jana Sena. Sources reveal that the party leader is upset over his work being ignored, hence is considering to switch to another party.