Upendra the superstar of Kannada into politics, Starts a new party

Upendra to enter Karnataka politics

Upendra to enter Karnataka politics

At a time when BJP chief Amit Shah and Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi were in Karnataka in view of the upcoming state elections, Kannada actor Upendra threw a surprise by floating his own political outfit on Saturday.

Addressing the media persons, Upendra who wore a "Khaki" shirt (depicting himself as a Karmika) said "Corruption in any political party begins when they take money from individuals to contest elections". Upendra has acted in popular Telugu film S/o Satyamurthy. He also said he will not ask for party funds and will run meetings only in news papers social media and TV channels. "Everyone should come forward, it is an open form". He also wanted no one should be using the money in politics at all. "Lets all- people- join together for a new beginning", he added. "I am ready to take it". The actor has not yet decided the name or symbol of his political outfit.

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It is known news that Upendra is a fan of Narendra Modi and there were rumours of his joining the BJP earlier.

The 49-year-old Sandalwood hero has created three e-mail IDs to seek ideas and suggestions from the people and their willingness to join him in serving as a "worker" of his would-be party. "So, I want to build a party without taking any financial support". I can not say as of now as we have to apply for it yet.

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Noting that the main idea is to ensure that there is no leakage in public money, Upendra said if it is properly utilized, "we can create wonders like good health and education, infrastructure for the poor".

Upendra has said he will select the candidates representing his party only based on merits.

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Kannada superstar Upendra will test his luck in politics soon. He said "I'm not blaming any political party or anybody....they have all got entangled in a circle". He, however, did not give any clear answers when asked by when he would formally announce the party and decide candidates for elections as the time is very short.

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