Was it ire or business strategy: Politicking Wishesh

December 21, 2012 09:37
Was it ire or business strategy: Politicking Wishesh

Good Morning hope you are enjoying the latest Wishesh endeavor to give you something to ponder and to bring out what the elite think about the present scenario. Our team has collected some interesting gossips from the grapevine for reader enrichment. Do send in your comments or criticism for us to give you the best....................................(Wishesh AarKay)


Mega Director vs Megastar?: Was it ire or business strategy: Mega filmmaker Dasari Narayana Rao who as per critics has been nursing an ire for being deprived of a possible second Rajya Sabha (RS) term seems to have vented his feeling in a different way. Critics who read between the lines, highlighted that the Director was training his guns on none other than the Megastar who recently became a central minister after getting a RS entry.

A TV channel conducted a program, as usual, on the issue in which Chiru's brother Nagababu expressed that the veteran's comments could not have meant any harm to the Megastar.

The veteran seems to have voiced the same opinion over the issue and added that the media was unnecessarily misinterpreting his statement, over a telecon. Moments later to another precarious question from the host, the line got disconnected.

If he did not mean Chiru (refer:http://www.andhrawishesh.com/home/Top-Stories/35939:dasari-spills-ire-on-whom?.html), whom else was he targeting or was it a publicity stunt to rise the craze for his new book?


What would all-party-meet yield?: This is one point that is running high on the minds of the public as to what would happen at the all-party-meet to be held on December 28. While many feel that this will be another exercise which will lead to many more such meets. Some others feel that the meet would be ritualistic with no assertions and would only take stock of the opinion poll.

The reasons for all this speculation is because of the vague statements issued by the Congress senior leader from Delhi. Most recent one from Azad and Vayalar Ravi was that the high command had many issues to bother and only an unanimous vote would do good to the new state formation.

On the other hand, T leaders from the Congress might plan a mass exodus if the meet does not give desiring results. And leaders from TRS plan to embark on a massive protest on lines of 'Sakala Janula Samme' shortly after the meet fails to achieve their objective. With so many plans about the aftermath of the all-party-meet in process, it is the most anticipated event of this year, feel critics!


Kancha Ilaiah lashes out at KCR!: The former professor of the OU, Kancha Illaiah has got an excellent influence on the students through his versatile writings, yet his recent ire on the TRS supremo KCR might put a blot on his popularity, especially if he had no substantial proofs. The professor alleged that the TRS chief had amassed illegal assets worth Rs 50K crores by rising the T slogans.

Another issue that is sure to have an impact on him was his opinion supporting the YSRCP leader Konda Surekha's statement. Earlier the former minister said that T would be a realty only if KCR and his family commit suicide. A Professor by profession must not at least support such statements that sound too personal, felt critics.


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