Jagan's rehabiltation begins ?

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  1. parijataka

    parijataka Senior Member Senior Member

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    Sakshi TV owned by Jagan Reddy gets into agreement NDTV to `help improve the content, look and feel of the channel besides improving the internal systems pertaining to human resources and revenue generation` and will shell out `between Rs 20 crore and Rs 30 crore for the services offered during the contract period`. NDTV we know is literally the Information Wing of Congress party and cash strapped.

    Is this the beginning of rehabilitation for Jagan Reddy with the mother ship Congress party and High Command ? Will he do a PRP a la Chiranjeevi in AP ?

    Sakshi TV ties up with NDTV Worldwide

     
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    I do not think so.Sonia right now caged the lions cub .If she releases it she will be devoured.I think this might be stripping of fat and enabling sakshi to be a congress mouthpiece.Recently congress went for a report which suggested a media mouth-piece.Sakshi is a good bet.Jagans assets are being quietly stripped off
     
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    NDTV will train Sakshi on how to be a loyal mouth piece to Congress party... :)
     
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    Okay that is why NDTV was showing some survey where they were showing Jagan Mohan Reddy leading in the opinion polls for the AP elections.
     
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    Sonia Gandhi knows riding a tiger called Jagan is dangerous
     
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    Jagan Reddy is a tour de force in AP and given the dismal state the Congress is in, AP will be critical in the elections.

    Jagan's presence shoulder to shoulder is absolutely esential.
     
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    Since law in this country often loses its way in political bylanes, the release of Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy on bail has set off alarms in different corners. Most of these are located in his home state, Andhra Pradesh, where the end of his 16-month-long incarceration on charges of corruption is being seen as a political gambit for its likely effects on the assembly and Lok Sabha polls of 2014. The Telugu Desam Party is the least thrilled with the turn of events. The YSR Congress is a threat to its vote-bank in Seemandhra, the Telangana Rashtra Samiti having already reduced the party to a non-entity in the Telangana region. The TDP’s worry is bad news for the Bharatiya Janata Party as it was depending on it to get a toehold in Andhra Pradesh, which sends as many as 42 legislators to the Lok Sabha. The young Reddy’s return is a boost to the agitation for a united Andhra that has been going on for more than two months now. That should have been good news to many in the Congress campaigning against the state’s bifurcation. Unfortunately, it is not. In fact, the release of Mr Reddy has set off a rebellion in the Congress since it has suddenly robbed several biggies in the party of the single agenda that could have saved their political careers. They can now neither trust the Congress, which is all set to create Telangana, nor trust the YSR Congress, which is unlikely to allow them to become challengers to Mr Reddy. In disadvantaging the TDP and the BJP, and stealing the thunder from rebel Congressmen, Mr Reddy’s release could have benefited only the Congress. Hence the speculation about an underhand Congress-YSR Congress deal, especially since an alliance with the YSR Congress in Seemandhra could be as profitable for the Congress at the Centre as that with the TRS in Telangana.

    Whatever the truth, Mr Reddy is unwilling to let his opponents gain easy brownie points from their insinuations. He has already thrown them off-guard by sending out a feeler to the BJP in his praise for Narendra Modi’s administrative skills. While that leaves the door open for a post-poll arrangement, Mr Reddy’s reminder about the necessity of espousing the secular principle does not displease his friends such as the Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen either. Mr Reddy has already proved himself to be an astute politician. The Congress may find befriending him as difficult a task as containing him.

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    How will the Andhra politics take shape now that Jagan is free and will be asserting himself.

    He has praised Modi with a caveat that Modi has to be all embracing.

    He has also commented that the Congress had kept him in jail beyond the mandatory 90 days and so.....?

    TDP will not be delighted that he is free.

    TRS, ont he othr hand, is busy consolidating it place in Telangana.

    BJP is wafting in the wind.

    Congress is in total confusion and disarray, almost like a sinking ship with rats deserting. Even the PM has indicated his unhappiness with the Congress decision and hoping that he is expelled so that he can breathe on his own!

    So, in this churn, what will be the outcome?
     
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    Well Sir, as they say, time and tide reveals everything.
     

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