Sharmila's 'leg' kicks YSRCP fortunes?: Politicking Wishesh

January 23, 2013 10:22
Sharmila's 'leg' kicks YSRCP fortunes?: Politicking Wishesh

Namaskaram andi!

Hope you are enjoying your special exclusive from Wishesh. Before you get into hectic schedules, we try to bring out how public like you & me feel about the present happenings. This is just the lighter side of the issue while no harm is intended to anyone. This section includes gossips from the grapevine for reader enrichment. Do send in your comments or criticism for us to give you the best...........(Wishesh AarKay)

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Sharmila lands in 'leg' controversy: The unsuccessful bid of Sharmila's padayatra campaign may foil the YSR Congress prospects. Initially the padayatra named 'Maro Prasthanam' created much hype but later was dampened by the leader's leg injury. However many controversies started gaining prominence over her discontinuing of padayatra.

The main reason was an older leader from another party was going like the 'rock of Gibraltar' since the last three months or more and this young leader could not sustain for long. Well let us take a deeper look at the controversies shrouding the leader. While there are many let us have a look at the interesting few.

One suggests that there was a difference between the brother and sister over some issue. The second one suggests that the leader wanted to be free around Christmas and the third one being mounting expenses that YSRCP was unable to make to bring in huge crowds enroute to make the event successful.

But why this sudden upheaval after so long a time. The reason is during a recent visit to see her brother in Chanchalguda prison a media photo has again opened up controversies. The photo shows Sharmila being taken in a wheel chair with a left leg injury but on her return she had crutches on her right side with her right foot lifted to avoid contact with the floor. Only the leader could give the right answer to this controversy, feel critics.



PM day's out with T leaders: After meeting the Seemandhra Congress leaders yesterday the PMO is gearing up to welcoming the T Congress leaders today. Well the main reason is of course the Telangana issue and the announcement on January 28. The issue is gaining prominence with Seemandhra leaders going all out in opposing the move, while the T activists are working on rapidly as they have smelled the formation and would like to put their earnest efforts to make it a reality.

The T leaders who met Vayalar Ravi, Shinde and Dig Vijay Singh, on Tuesday, are lobbying for a Hyderabad inclusive T state. They stood firmly against the package proposal by all means. How the high command would react to the issue needs to be watched.

On the other hand Union Home Minister Susheel Kumar Shinde is 'man of the day'. He is supposed to deliver the announcement on the scheduled date or could be a day before as he would be leaving for Bangladesh on a two day official visit. In detail the Congress plans to unveil a two state formula with Telanagana Administrative Authority ruling the T region. Another speculation is that Hyderabad could be alienated from both the states and would be given an independent status.


Harish Rao warns, Hyderabad would stink if T not given: The Siddipet MLA again raised his voice on the T issue. If T was not decided by the high command, he said that Hyderabad would stink of dirt as the T activists would not get the metropolitan garbage to be cleaned. A novel agitation feel critics.

The leader was determined to get back Telangana with all its glory as it was prior to 1956. He added that a Telangana without Hyderabad was not acceptable. He added that the Vijayawada MP Lagadapati Rajagopal was acting like a 'joker' by voicing against the T formation.

Critics feel that the T comments by pro and anti leaders had escaped the wrath of the 'hate speech' rows. And the divine hand that is saving them seems to be in the veils for longtime.

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