Strict Order By Supreme Court Against YSRCP to Remove the Party Colors From Government BuildingsJun 09, 2020 01:07 PM
Perhaps lessons on history might help the ruling party in Andhra Pradesh or maybe meditating on few quotes of Buddhism on ‘impermanence’, might enlighten members of YSRCP. Powerful Empires have declined and the ruins are tourist sites. But YS Jagan and his followers are in a delusion that his party would remain in power for eternity. They need to be reminded that we are not living in a Monarchy or One-party state. He should perhaps stop behaving like a Tanashah or maybe people should start social media memes on YS Jagan Mohan Reddy with dialogues of famous Bollywood movie Mughal-e-Azam.
The Supreme Court had ordered YSR Congress to remove the party colors from Government buildings in the next four weeks. They have been informed that it would attract contempt if they do not abide. YSRCP had received plenty of orders from the High Court and Supreme Court that went against him and his party. It’s been frustrating to his fans, but for reasonable citizens, it looks sane. Similar to cricket politics is known for its glorious uncertainties and no one can say where the power will shift. In crux, vox populi is unpredictable. Therefore, it is wise to leave a great legacy rather than painting buildings with party colors.
The coloring had costed Rs 2600 Crores of public money. Despite the High Court order the party not only retained the color but added Terracotta color on the bottom of the building. TDP President Chandrababu Naidu is demanding the recovery of Rs 2600 Crores wasted on painting the building with party color.