Chiranjeevi Avilala Tank grounds in Tirupati

Telugu film star Chiranjeevi addresses a huge gathering of supporters on the Avilala Tank grounds in Tirupati on Tuesday.

TIRUPATI: Telugu matinee idol Chiranjeevi launched his political party ‘Praja Rajyam’ with a bang at this temple town on Tuesday and declared that it will be committed to socialism and empowerment of the poor and downtrodden.

The film star, who announced his entry into politics on August 17, unveiled an agenda tilted as much towards the middle class as to the poor. He expressed a firm resolve to fight political corruption “at the top” as it was the fountainhead of graft.

Mr. Chiranjeevi launched his party at a mammoth public meeting on the Avilala Tank grounds, venue of the 1992 AICC plenary, which was thronged by frenzied fans and followers who arrived in thousands of vehicles and 18 special trains, throwing normal life out of gear in the vicinity. Amid thunderous cheers, he asked a physically challenged youth to unveil the party’s white and green flag with a blazing red sun adorning the centre.

In his two-hour-long speech, Mr. Chiranjeevi touched upon almost all major issues confronting the State, from the agrarian crisis and farmers’ suicides to naxalism and the demand for a separate Telangana. The party, he said, would make ‘a scientific assessment’ of various sensitive issues, including categorisation of the Scheduled Castes, and consult intellectuals before arriving at a decision.

The actor was forthcoming on the separate Telangana issue, stating that his party would respect the feeling of discrimination among the people and recognise the need to protect their ‘self-respect.’ “Yet, if people concluded that parting between the brothers was inevitable, we will assist in their amicable separation,” he said.

Asserting that his party would be progressive, democratic and not individual-centric, Mr. Chiranjeevi declared that he would oppose corruption in major irrigation projects, forcible acquisition of fertile land for Special Economic Zones and unregulated sale of liquor. He, however, qualified these by saying that he was in favour of industrialisation and strengthening of the irrigation network.

Noting that his party would recognise the economically backward in all castes as a separate entity for special treatment, he said it would support these sections in accessing good education and health care.

All alone on the stage during the entire event, which had a distinct cinematic flavour, the actor, with 138 films behind him, said: “I am your servant and not your leader.”

Referring to his humble background — of hailing from a lower middle class family — Mr. Chiranjeevi told the surging crowds: “My parents looked after me for 22 years, but you have been carrying me for 30 years on your shoulders. Therefore, I wanted to play a bigger role in ushering a change in your lives.”


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Even as political parties are grappling with measures to control the damage caused by the exodus of leaders, film actor Chiranjeevi seems to be quietly busy with the consolidation of his party and handling logistic issues.

The star himself is keeping himself behind an ‘iron curtain’ that can be crossed only by a handful of close aides and senior politicians from other parties who plan to join him.

The hub of visible activity is the office of Geeta Arts, a film production house belonging to the star’s brother-in-law Allu Aravind.

Daily, scores of people from across the State make their way to Road No. 45 in Banjara Hills.

Anyone walking in, is given a two page, back-to-back form titled ‘Office entry Form’ that those interested are required to fill, with personal details along with a passport sized photograph.

Apart from the public contact programmes handled by the actor’s brother K. Nagendra Babu and close aide Dr. Mithra, an organisation called SPARC, an acronym for Socio-Political Analysis and Research Centre, is working behind-the-scenes.

It conducts meetings with different groups of people and organisations across a cross-section of society who wish to join the party.

While T.V. Rao is the State convenor of SPARC, two doctors including Dr. Mithra and Dr. A.P. Vittal are designated co-convenors.

The trio is responsible for feedback analysis, identification of key resource persons, including those the party could use as leaders and facilitate meetings with Mr. Chiranjeevi.

Chiranjeevi entering into political party

As the political atmosphere in Andhra Pradesh is hotting up ahead of assembly elections, one and a half year away, there is fresh speculation over Telugu matinee idol Chiranjeevi’s entry into politics.

While there was no word from the superstar, sources close to him say the exercise has begun to elicit views from people from various walks of life as a precursor to his foray into politics.

The actor is believed to have made up his mind to take the plunge and is likely annouce his decision after Sankranti fesival in January.

Chiru, as the actor is affectionately called by his fans and film industry, has been keeping the cards close to his chest about his political plans.

The leaders of powerful Kapu community, to which the star belongs, have been trying to persuade him to enter politics and end the domination of the two major castes — Kamma and Reddy — in the state.

However, Chiranjeevi who has a massive fan following across the communities, is said to be wary of being projected as a Kapu leader.

But he is expected to fill the leadership vaccum being felt among the numerically strong yet politically marginalised backward classes, scheduled castes, scheduled tribes and minorities.

Of late, there have been efforts by Left parties to project Chiranjeevi, who has acted in 148 films, as a rallying point for weaker sections and leader of a possible Third Front as an alternative to the ruling Congress and main opposition Telugu Desam Party.

The Left parties, particularly the Communist Party of India, have been in the forefront of efforts to forge a Third Front by roping in Chiranjeevi.

Media reports also suggested that Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati-led Bahujan Samaj Party was keen on working with the actor.

Chirnajeevi’s fans have been rooting for his foray into politics and are confident that he can repeat the magic of the late N T Rama Rao who had stormed to power within nine months of floating the TDP and ended Congress monopoly in the state in 1983.

Though speculation about his entry into politics has been surfacing on and off for the last 15 years, the actor maintained a stoic silence.

However, in recent times he is said to be holding parleys with his aides and well-wishers in a bid to assess the political situation.

Chiranjeevi, a Padma Bhushan awardee, has been active in social work and philanthropic activity through the Chiranjeevi Blood Bank and Chiranjeevi Charitable Trust he floated couple of years ago.

The reports of his possible political plunge evoked enthusiastic response from his fans who organised rallies across the state and burst into celebrations in anticipation of their leader donning the political mantle.

The major political parties reacted guardedly to the fresh buzz about Chiranjeevi’s political entry.

While Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy said he would welcome any one joining politics and “more so” Chiranjeevi, the TDP leaders said they would rather wait for the actor to announce his decision.

“In a democracy, anybody can join politics. Chiranjeevi is yet to announce his decision. Why should we comment before that?” senior TDP leader and former minister K Vidyadhara Rao said.

Echoing similar views, the state CPI secretary K Narayana said there was no clear-cut statement from the actor so far about his political plans.

CPI-M politburo member and state secretary B V Raghavulu said it was not the individual but the policies that matter.

Telangana Rashtra Samithi Member of Parliament K Vinod Kumar said the present political situation was completely different from the one that had prevailed when NTR launched a political party.

The 52-year-old actor was born in Mogalturu in West Godavari district and made his debut in 1977 with Mana Voori Pandavulu directed by noted Telugu director Bapu.

His younger daughter Srija had recently hit the headlines when she married her boyfriend against her parents’ wishes.

She sought police protection from the Delhi high court fearing threat from her father’s fans.

– source from rediff

Chiranjeevi Party Agenda

As time is running short of Megastar Chiranjeevi’s political entry is fast approaching and speculations are made so as to what is right and what is wrong. Sources, however, say Chiranjeevi would have an independent political line and does not want toe any other political party – Communists, BJP, TRS or TDP.

On every issue, Chiru wants to come out with an independent stand, though it might coincide with the policies of one party or the other.

He does not want to have any pre-poll understanding with any other party, but would go all alone in the elections, which would help him test his own strength. It is learnt Chiru might even come out with his own policy on the controversial Telangana issue.

Though there are two Telangana parties – TRS and NTPP fighting independently for the cause, Chiru does not want to have any understanding with either of this party, but would have his own strategy. He expects that if he supports Telangana, he can outwit both the TRS and NTPP by drawing huge supporters from both the parties.

His prime focus would be on fight against corruption, poverty free society with provision all essentials to all, government fruits would be ensured to reach one and all.

Though ruling and opposition parties are doing their own political stunts are still closely monitoring about Chiru party developments. They are coming with agenda that let once power be given to them and they would show their power.

source from magafans website