Andhra media anguish at AAP

If media can make or unmake a leader, Narendra Modi might not have reached Delhi, Chandrababu might not have stayed back in opposition for so long time.

If Aravind Kejriwal had not spoiled BJP’s revival party in Delhi, he might have been eulogised by saffron media as a giant killer.

If AAP willing to align with JP Babu, Chandrababu, he might have become hero for yellow media.

Today bosses of two Telugu newspapers, known for their quite opposite views, spewed venom on AAP and Aravind Kejriwal and it’s unfound milaakhath with Congress.

If media can make or unmake a leader, Narendra Modi might not have reached Delhi, Chandrababu might not have stayed back in opposition for so long time.

AAP blasted the nose of Congress at a crucial juncture and that too in the epicentre of Indian politics. AAP challenged old political establishment, gave confidence and gained the votes.

Every political party has their own media base today. Narendra Modi has his own media houses. Congress has its own. But only media cannot save a party. Leader, party and their credibility makes difference.

Media can inflame, incite and encourage, but cannot dictate the fate of politics. Who accuse that AAP is made by media can live in fools paradise.