According to sources Jana Sena founder Pawan Kalyan had appealed to his fans and Jana Sena followers not to pay heed to troublemakers who are craving for attention and fame.
Meanwhile when taking to his Twitter handle, Pawan wrote a message to Jana Sena activists saying that his party Jana Sena is undergoing a strategic change with an agenda to solve people's problems. He tweeted that "Several attempts are being made to disturb and to divert our attention. He had requested you not to respond on such forces and have urged you to maintain decorum even if they try to criticize him personally or even bring disrepute to his name".
Furthermore it was stated that not just in words, Jana Sena party wants
its ideology to put in practice, he said. Pawan reacted to the negative remarks
from the political leaders on Jana Sena party.
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