The YSRCP and its leaders including its Ministers, advisers and MLAs would have been in thoughts of suppressing and branding all criticism as an attack by the state level Yellow Media. However, here comes the biggest challenge from national and international media. This cannot be surely silenced nor branded as Yellow Media.
It is well known that the Reuters global agency has stood by its story on Kia even after the YCP had claimed that Naidu was behind this propaganda. However, as even Reuters had accepted this fake news and had deleted its tweet, the yellow media lost its base. In the latest development, a comprehensive analysis of how Jagan policy reversals have the most business-friendly state into the investors’ nightmare got published in The Economic Times.
With a title as reverse swing, the paper was clearly headlined in relevance to its story. This published article termed Jagan in bold sub-headline as India’s most unpredictable CM. Detailing how the investment climate has become the most hostile in the last eight months; the ET author had quoted official figures and industry bigwigs.
Among these, there was one top executive belonging to a solar power company who had said that he would curse the day on which his company had decided to go to AP. It is clear now that the reverse swing has already begun in national media and is entirely against the oppressive and retrogressive policies of YSR’s son and Chief Minister of AP, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy whom they are currently seeing as a giant-killer CM after 2019 elections.