Andhra Pradesh Government had used brute force on Telugu Desam Party’s Chalo Atmakur Rally planned on Wednesday and successfully foiled it with Preventive Arrests and House Arrests of all the leaders including Chandrababu Naidu. The Government may have been successful by not allowing Chandrababu to Palnadu but unknowingly breathed life into TDP.
TDP after the worst drubbing in the recent election needs something to boost its cadre and also to fall in the notice of the people. Chalo Atmakur served both the purposes. If the government let the rally to go on, media would have finished by giving it bare minimum coverage as every routine event of the Opposition.
But with Jagan Government using brute force and House-arresting a former Chief Minister, the entire focus of the media is on Chandrababu’s Undavalli Residence. It has garnered the attention of the National Media as well since we saw some National Journalists tweeting in favor of Chandrababu Naidu.
This iron fisting gave confidence to the TDP cadre that the party is going in the right direction and the government still fears TDP. It also sends a signal to the common man on the ground that TDP is not a millennial political party and could even move a government with 151 MLAs. Even though Chandrababu Naidu could not move out of his house, his purpose is served.Don't MissDirector's over Hype, Special Thank You Card for HerDirector Harish Shankar has always been famous for his over-the-top claims about the lead actors...Don't MissSuriya’s Bandobast Beating Valmiki In Home TurfTwo big films are going to hit screens on the upcoming Friday. The first one...Don't MissWhen in Trouble, Rake Anti-Andhra Sentiment: KCR's MantraTelangana Rashtra Samiti President K Chandrasekhar Rao's Political Career is built on Anti-Andhra Sentiment. He...Don't MissKajal's No Make-Up Look Not to MissKajal Aggarwal is one gorgeous lady of the south still the most looked up actress...Don't MissKCR Makes Key Announcement on His HeirThere are speculations for a long time that Telangana Chief Minister, K Chandrasekhara Rao will...