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Seemandhra snubs Sonia Gandhi in Guntur

UPA Chairperson and the Congress President Sonia Gandhi was in a rude shock when a huge number of empty chairs greeted her in Guntur during an election rally on Friday. This was Sonia Gandhi’s first visit to the Seemandhra region after the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh. Seemandhra will go for polls for the Lok Sabha and Assembly on May 7.

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Sonia Gandhi public meeting in Guntur turns out to be a big flop

As we know Sonia Gandhi has become the biggest enemy of Seemandhra as she has taken the sole credit in the formation of Telangana. Sonia Gandhi who has controlled the government for a decade in an unofficial role has been chiefly responsible for dividing a prosperous state like Andhra Pradesh for her own political benefits.

Sonia Gandhi and her Congress party has already got its calculations wrong in the Telangana region. Expecting that the TRS party would merge into them following the passage of the Telangana bill, the Congress has been given hand by KCR who wanted to keep his political interests in tact.

The Congress President on Friday appealed to the empty chairs in Guntur besides the likes of Chiranjeevi and N Raghuveer Reddy that they should not vote for the TDP-BJP combine. Mrs Gandhi said that the BJP and the TDP were two sides of the same coin and were communal forces. Sonia Gandhi warned whatever little audience that turned out in the meeting from falling in the trap of the TDP-BJP who according to her were coming in the mask of development.

As if she was doing a great favour to Seemandhra, Sonia Gandhi said that the Polavaram project was going to be a reality to benefit them following the formation of Telangana. Sonia Gandhi reminded her audience that Telangana was formed only after getting consent from all the parties. She even said that the late YS Rajasekhara Reddy had agreed to the state division in 2009 itself!

Now will the YSRCP Chief YS Jagan clarify whether his late father who was one of the most popular Chief Ministers of the state was willing to divide Andhra Pradesh?

Watch Video: Shock to Sonia Gandhi in Guntur Public Meet

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Hailing from Hyderabad, BV Swagath started writing on Cricket since 2004. He has also been a Cricket Commentator covering hundreds of International matches online including two World Cups. A club level cricketer in his youth and an Engineering Graduate, Swagath also writes on Politics and anything that he finds interesting.


  1. Congress Needs to take rest for period of 25 years from now, I do not think this party will win in this elections

  2. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

    In 1937 , Walt Disney produced ( in 2D / Black & White ) , a film ,

    “ Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs “

    Around the World , this fairy tale became immensely popular , among children and adults , alike

    Closer at home , in 2014 , Narendra Modi crafted a colorful and 3D holographic film, titled ,

    “ Sonia and the Thirty-Nine Dwarfs “

    [ – also known as Congress Working Committee ]

    This became hugely popular in villages and towns of India

    And parents started teaching their tiny tots , a brand new nursery rhyme ,

    “ Madam – Baba sat on a throne

    Madam – Baba had a great fall

    All the Congress yes-men

    And all the UPA dwarfs

    Could not put Madam and Baba

    Together again “

    But surprise of surprise !

    For the Nth time , the yes-men were singing , in unison ,

    “ No !

    No , we won’t accept your resignations “

    Among those 39 dwarfs , sat a puppet , who had earlier called Narendra Modi , “ Impotent “

    Little realizing that he would himself , be playing that role when election dust settles !

    Never before in the history of India , have so few inflicted so much misery on so many – and for so long !

    It is high time the dwarfs fade away from our collective memory !

    * hemen Parekh ( 21 May 2014 / Mumbai )

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