You Reap What You SowJul 05, 2020 10:31 AM
The idea of Karma is a quintessential aspect of Indian Philosophy which can never be ignored. All important school of thoughts including Buddhism and Jainism have emphasized on it. Somehow the ruling party lives in its cocoon and never bothers to delve into the rich tradition and culture of India. It requires an amount of refinement and good taste to appreciate sophisticated philosophies. But Jagan’s followers exist like sheep’s there to be used as a vote bank and then forgotten. It is purely their preference to follow a particular political party. Their inclination towards Jagan could be for a myriad reason; perhaps identity and caste.
Great Andhra tried to project identity brazenly on their website through this article “3 Reddys To Look After YSRC In 3 Regions!”
Do they have anything to complaint when Kapu leader from East Godavari district Mudragada Padmanabham had written a letter demanding a BC quota for his community?
Great Andhra was back to its usual antics of ridiculing the leader and then cast aspersion on him. Their evaluation of the letter was as usual superficial. There was indeed a bigger problem of Caste where every community wants to take advantage and get into the category of reservation, which would eventually kill merit.
When YSRCP and Jagan can flaunt their caste then why not others?
What you grow you reap.
Mudragada Padmanabham mentioned that Jagan had supported the Kapu quota when his party was in opposition. But he had turned indifferent to their demands. Maybe he is first looking to strengthen his quota and caste. 'Charity begins at home' and that is what YS Jagan is doing. The Kapu leader has to wait.