Tribute to YS Rajasekar Reddy But where is YS Jagan Mohan Reddy in the PictureJul 09, 2020 04:52 PM
Pictures speak louder than words and sometimes they provide a subliminal message. The above picture is taken from the Twitter account of YS Jagan Army.
Where is Jagan in the picture?
Maybe he is overwhelmed by all the attention he receives from his fans and media outlets. He’s is basking in glory but remain under the shadow of his late father YS Rajasekar Reddy. It was after the tragic helicopter crash which led to the death of Chief Minister YS Rajasekar Reddy in September 2009 that KCR started raising his pitch for a separate state. There was a vacuum of power which led to the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh. Jagan was absent then and he is still absent from many important affairs. The rookie politician is nowhere, and he is enjoying the legacy of his forefathers.
Many YSRCP media outlets compare him with his late father YS Rajasekar, which is absolutely preposterous. Two months back he was compared to Vito Corleone of God Father by filmmaker Mahi V Raghav. Tomorrow he could be compared to Stalin, Mao, and Pol Pot.
It is indeed surprising that lackey’s of YSRCP had started this absurd comparison even before the first term is over. Great Andhra publish loads of nonsense about Jagan’s achievements. Are they not aware of the old proverb, “Rome wasn’t built in a day?”
Comparing YS Jagan with YS Rajasekar Reddy is akin to comparing Arjun Tendulkar with Sachin Tendulkar. Let the rookie get a fair chance. Who knows he could be the next Rahul Gandhi '(pun unintended).' There is a possibility that he could destroy the hard-earned legacy of his father; we all hear such stories. History is full of Bahadur Shah Zafar’s and the subsequent collapse of great empires.
It is Great Andhra that indulges in weird comparison and expects people to be silent and not get riled. They test the patience of sensible people by provoking their sensibilities. Now Statesman are saying that Jagan is better than KCR in many ways.
I ask this question to Great Andhra.
What are some of the statesmen smoking these days?