After that, he never visited Amaravati villagers and he said that he will carry out a march against the governmentâ€™s rule to have three capitals.
According to some media reports Janasena has opted to stay away from the Amaravati protests as the government is very firm to shift the capital. In the party meeting which was held at Mangalagiri, the party concluded that there is nothing left to do in the capital row.
Recently the Janasena has taken a back step from contesting in the Telangana Municipal polls and Pawan Kalyan advised to not use the party symbol in the elections but he made it clear that aspirants who contest the elections as independents will be backed by the party.
It has been widely reported that Pawan is awaiting the official announcement from the government and once the government issues the official statement he then intervenes in this dispute.