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    Another movement in Telangana by kodandaram,

    Prof. Kodandaram, a professor at Osmania University is well known in Telangana as the seed sower of separate Telangana concept in the minds of people. His inspiration followed by the agitation of KCR brought the separate Telangana.
    Again he is in the news. He started another new party by name Telangana Janasamithi to see that the benefits expected by the formation of separate Telangana formation. At one end KCR is busy in going to Center and making his son as CM of Telangana, these people are trying to take him off of the power.
    Yesterday the party was inaugurated in a well-attended mammoth meeting. He says that he will see that selfish politicians will be out of power and he says farmers improvement is their agenda, What are your views on this?
  • #635081
    I feel pity for Prof Kothandaram. He should have sailed with the CM KCR keeping aside the difference if any and surely the CM could have accommodated or given him the most honorable post. By organizing meeting and starting party against the TRS does not bring him any fame or he can gain over the TRS party in near future. As we all know KCR has earned good name in governance and going ahead with good programs and policies mostly reaching to people and hence there is no dissatisfaction in the minds of voters. Now TRS is going the National way and even the national media are talking about KCR in their headlines. If Kothandaram shuns the plan and compromise with the CM even now, there would be bright future for him in the party as for KCR too he wants good adviser amidst him.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #635098
    Kodandaram fought alongside the present CM KCR but now is annoyed about the anti-people stance of the TRS and hence started of TJS.

    Such events happen in politics, when a person is sidelined or ignored by others or his own party, they branch out to voice their concerns and stick to their ideology. Such a stance is good in the short term to get the attention of the public but whether it will help him, in the long run, is difficult to assess. Floating a party is easy but having a party agenda, building the grassroots and having the power to sway the voters to win seats is a difficult task.

  • #635122
    Rightly said by Natarajan. Floating a party is easy. Even Chiranjeevi failed, now Jansena pondering over what to do, Kamala Hassan already told that he dont have money and wont expect anything from him. So the efforts of Kothandaram would go waste.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease


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