Chandrababu can seduce any system

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Chandrababu Naidu practise and got expertise in seducing the systems. He is known for bribing and managing. He will have no scruples in getting a work done. Earning money through back doors misusing the power and operating the politics with the same money is his modus operandi. He was never won an election with popular mandate.

He grabbed the mandate won by NTR in 1995 and there onwards his tool is just manipulations. Shifting the political alliances part of his gambling. If you have no capability to win the mandate, align with somebody who can get mandate. He knows political winds well and shifts very fast. In 1999 he got the win because of Vajapayee and now with the support of Narendra Modi and Pawan Kalyan.

He is obsessed with Telangana. He thinks that still he is relevant in Telangana and also believes that he will come back. With this mindset he is meddling with Telangana with few rogues in hand, instead of concentrating in Andhra people.

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Kejri: A leader with guts and moral courage

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I am happy to see that a leader is emerged, to challenge the most powerful political organizer of the Indian politics Mr Narendra Modi, i.e Aravind Kejrival. He may win or else may settle as a strong opposition leader in Delhi, but his guts to fight and moral courage to stall the Modi wave is gives hope to the nation.

He has no long history of politics. He has no any legacy to claim except his anti-corruption drive. He has no corporate lobby to fund. He has no army of leaders from nook and corners of the nation. But he has the consistency and commitment to the values. He has the boldness to question the authority, which is silencing the voices within and without.

He is the leader who claimed the power right under the nose of Centre. When political bankruptcy is all pervading here is a hope to the nation. He is Kejri.

Telangana BJP must see its back

PM Narendra Modi is Playing Drums in Japan Instead of Offering Solutions, Says Rahul Gandhi
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All India | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Updated: September 04, 2014 17:16 IST

Rahul Gandhi addressing media in Amethi

Amethi: The Prime Minister is playing the drums in Japan, while at home, a power crisis and rising prices are plaguing the nation, said Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi. “100 days of this government are over…it has forgotten its promises,” said the 44-year-old, alleging that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has reneged on pledges to tackle corruption and other issues.

Mr Gandhi’s comments were made in his constituency of Amethi, where he faced tough questions from residents about long power cuts.

Mr Modi returned yesterday from a five-day trip to Japan where he delivered a series of applauded speeches and photo-ops – on one occasion, he played the drums; on another, he broke the security cordon at the Indian embassy in Tokyo to greet supporters across the street.

He has returned with a commitment from Japan to invest nearly 34 billion dollars over the next five years in key infrastructure projects and the cleaning of the river Ganga.

Mr Modi exhibited him much-acclaimed oratory skills with flair and ease throughout his visit. “I am a Gujarati, money is in my blood, I understand business,” he told a group of Japanese businessmen. “Red carpet, not red tape, awaits you in India” he promised another.

Mr Modi’s government completed 100 days in office this week. In May, his party, the BJP won a stunning victory in the national elections, accruing the strongest mandate for a political party in 30 years. Mr Gandhi led the campaign for the Congress which locked down its worst ever performance.

But for his party, centred on the dynastic rule of the Gandhis (Rahul’s mother Sonia is President), criticizing the First Family is a firm no-go zone. A report dissecting the party’s failure in the election said Mr Gandhi could not be held responsible for the debacle.

In the face of criticism from his party’s old guard, who have publicly questioned his leadership, Mr Gandhi said, “These types of tensions have always been there. We will deal with that.”

Narendra Modi “the butcher of Gujarat”: Mamatha Benerjee

Mamata Banerjee calls Narendra Modi ‘architect of riots’, rejects his ‘gyan’
Edited by Amit Chaturvedi | Updated: April 28, 2014 20:56 IST

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Kolkata: A day after her party labelled Narendra Modi “the butcher of Gujarat,” Mamata Banerjee made a substantial contribution to the onslaught, describing the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate as an “architect of riots” whose “gyan (insight) on development” is not needed in her state. “If he (Modi) comes to power, India will plunge into darkness,” said Ms Banerjee, the chief minister of Bengal.

Her party is incensed by remarks made yesterday by Mr Modi at a Bengal rally. He accused her of misgovernance, and suggested a painting by her had been bought for 1.86 crores by a controversial entrepreneur, Sudipta Sen, who has been arrested for allegedly running a giant Ponzi scheme that scammed lakhs of small investors.

The Election Commission has asked today for a copy of Mr Modi’s speech. The Trinamool Congress has demanded an apology from Mr Modi for his remarks on the painting, which it rejected as false. (Mamata’s party calls Modi “butcher of Gujarat”)

In retaliation to the criticism, Ms Banerjee’s party has sought to indict Mr Modi for the communal violence that that ripped through his home state in 2002. (Modi’s hands dripping with blood, says Trinamool in continuing attack) A Supreme Court inquiry has said there is no evidence that Mr Modi, as chief minister, fuelled the riots. A Gujarat court has upheld that report.

“Each time he (Modi) puts up his hand, you know metaphorically, there’s blood actually rolling down his hand, the blood of innocent children,” said Derek O’Brien of the Trinamool Congress today.

Ms Banerjee clarified weeks ago that she will not ally with the BJP, which, under Mr Modi, is expected to win the most seats in the national election. (India Votes 2014: full coverage)

Earlier today, the BJP’s Arun Jaitley said that Ms Banerjee’s party must learn to accept criticism, which he said, “doesn’t mean that we are their personal enemies or anything.” (BJP hits back after Trinamool calls Modi “butcher of Gujarat”)

Story First Published: April 28, 2014 18:40 IST

Congress killed the Telugu spirit while forming Telangana: Modi

Modi said, the Cong went about the way of creating Telangana state like a doctor who facilitated birth of a child, but killing its mother.

Press Trust of India | Nizamabad | April 22, 2014 6:21 pm

Narendra Modi is expected to attack the UPA government over the issue of Telangana in Andhra Pradesh.Seeking to strike an emotional chord with the people of Telangana, Narendra Modi on Tuesday slammed the Congress for “killing Telugu spirit” in the process of carving out a separate state.

BJP’s Prime Ministerial nominee also sharply criticised the ruling party for “erasing” the legacy of former Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao.

Addressing a public meeting here, Modi said, “Congress went about the way of creating Telangana state like a doctor who facilitated birth of a child, but killing its mother,” by which he said he meant Telugu spirit, language, culture and tradition.

“Giving birth to a child is a matter of joy, but the child can’t be raised by killing the mother,” the Gujarat Chief Minister said.

Attacking the Congress and TRS for taking credit for the formation of the state, without naming them, he said they are telling lies. “It was BJP’s decision to create Telangana. We have never made it a secret.”

“Telangana statehood demand was conceded following the sacrifice of the people,” Modi said adding a wrong vote in the coming elections amounts to discarding the sacrifice of 1,100 people who killed themselves for the cause of the state, and rubbing salt into the wounds of their mothers.

“I have come here to take responsibility for the future of Telangana,” he said, appealing to the people to support the BJP. He said the new state needs special care and nursing.

Modi said more than three lakh people from Telangana are staying in Surat in Gujarat, his home State. “I have the experience of taking care of Telangana people. Vote for BJP both at the Centre and state and you can have ‘laddus’ in both your hands,” he said.

Modi alleged that the Congress has “animosity” towards Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, and recalled how the then Congress General Secretary Rajiv Gandhi had allegedly insulted Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister T Anjaiah at Hyderabad airport.

Praising Narasimha Rao, he said the country believes his tenure as Prime Minister was a good one. “But the Gandhi family erased his legacy as it has great animosity towards Andhra Pradesh. Even today, all these years after his death, they don’t even offer floral tributes to him on birth and death anniversaries.”

The Congress was in power for ten years now and there have been hundreds of projects and there’s no mention of Rao’s legacy, Modi said.

KCR to do a Modi with 3-D tech

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B V Shiva Shankar,TNN | Apr 11, 2014, 06.41 AM IST

HYDERABAD: Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) president K Chandrashekar Rao is all set to do a Narendra Modi in Telangana. In what is being billed as a hi-tech electoral campaign borrowed from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), KCR is planning to reach out to the masses through the 3-D hologram technology that was popularised by the Gujarat chief minister during the 2012 Assembly elections by which he could address the voters at multiple locations at the same time.

Interestingly, the same Hyderabad-based company that had supplied the cutting-edge technology to Modi has been roped in by KCR. Sources said the back-end work has been completed and the TRS chief’s 3-D hologram campaign would be launched on Saturday. “We are planning two big events for the poll campaign. One is the launch of the virtual campaign using 3-D hologram technology slated for April 12 and the second is a public meeting scheduled for April 13 in Karimnagar where KCR would address a gathering of over a lakh people,” Subhash Reddy, political secretary to KCR, told TOI.

Holography is a technology that enables the three-dimensional image of a person to be delivered at multiple locations at the same time. It involves the use of a laser, interference, diffraction, and light intensity recording and suitable illumination of the recording. The image changes as the position and orientation of the viewing system changes exactly the same way as if the object were still present, thus making the image appear three-dimensional.
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Modi used this technology for the first time for election meetings in 2012, addressing voters across 53 locations in Gujarat simultaneously. Modi wanted to use this technology in Hyderabad when he addressed his first public rally in south India on August 11 last year, after he was made the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate. The party had planned to organize 3-D projection of his address at the L B Stadium at 25 places across the city, but it was shelved after the police denied permission because of the ongoing APNGO strike against the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh.

Hyderabad-based NChant is the technology supplier to Modi and film maker Mani Shankar is the man behind it. TRS sources said the party too has hired the services of NChant but Mani Shankar declined to comment whether he is also part of the KCR campaign.

Subhash Reddy said special vehicles have been hired for the 3-D hologram projection of KCR’s pre-recorded speeches. The projections would be organised at 42 places across Telangana on a given day and plans are afoot to cover 700 places by April 28 when the campaign comes to an end.

The party has allotted two special vehicles for the nine districts of Telangana and three for Hyderabad. KCR has also hired a helicopter for the poll campaign and would travel extensively across Telangana starting Saturday. Sources said the TRS chief had spent the entire Thursday supervising the preparations for the 3-D hologram campaign and giving final touches to his speeches to be recorded for the projections.

Courtesy Times of India

Modi’s mentality not acceptable in India: Chandrababu Naidu

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By TwoCircles.net Staff Reporter,

Hyderabad: Former key NDA ally Telugu Desam Party chief N. Chandra Babu Naidu in strong words slammed the Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi for his ‘puppy’ remark comparing 2002 Gujarat riots victims to a puppy getting crushed under car wheels.

“Muslims were killed in huge numbers during 2002 Gujarat riots, comparing it to puppy getting crushed under car is shameful. It is disgraceful that man holding CM post is having such kind of feelings,” Mr. Naidu said while addressing press conference at his residence.

He said after every natural disaster, communal riots or any act of terrorism, it is the duty of the government to provide sense of security to its people and relief to the victims. But Naidu said, “Mr. Modi doesn’t even have any remorse for open killings of Muslims right under his Govt. He has overlooked that his comments would hurt the sentiments of families who lost their loved once in the riots, and it will boost motivations of communal roguish elements.”

Former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister even though was key partner in NDA central government but never shared cordial relations with Narendra Modi. He still considers NDA protection to Modi after Gujarat riots was the main reason for his defeat to the Congress.

After 2002 riots when even Nitish Kumar was coming out in support of Modi, Naidu emerged as the biggest opposition to him in NDA. In fact, the TDP president was the first person to demand the sacking of Modi after the massacre and had even threatened to withdraw support to the NDA then.

Such was the hostility of Naidu towards Modi that he refused to nominate another TDP MP as the Lok Sabha Speaker, after the death of G.M. Balayogi in a helicopter crash in March 2002, in protest against the Gujarat riots. In August 2003, Mr. Naidu stalled the scheduled visit of Modi to Hyderabad to participate in Ganesh Visarjan program on the grounds that it would trigger communal riots in the city.

Recently when Mr. Modi won Gujarat elections, he invited Mr. Naidu to his swearing in ceremony which Naidu declined to accept and even stopped his brother in law and Telugu film star Bala Krishna from attending it.

Chandra Babu Naidu said people with outlook like Narendra Modi doesn’t have any place in such a secular country like India. He demanded Narendra Modi to withdraw his comments.
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