Why TV9 is targeting Revanth Reddy too much?

Revanth Reddy has delayed TV9 Real Estate projects. If the project gets halted, the investment of thousands of crores will be stuck. And this is the reason behind media targeting him.
Written By Siddhu Manchikanti | Updated: March 14, 2020 19:44 IST
 Why TV9 is targeting Revanth Reddy too much?

The standards of politics are shrinking. Political rivals are making politicians turn into personal enemies. Those in power are embarrassing the leaders of opposition parties with cases. But the media organizations, too, have started a new wave of derogatory remarks against political leaders, whom they do not like. In Telugu journalism TV9, which has set a trend, also setting a trend in this aspect too. TV9 has been doing the same thing for a few days on MP Revanth Reddy, the effect did not reach the public. So, they started disrespecting Revanth Reddy and gave an article for an anchor to read.

 
Generally, there are some words excluded using the media. The media should address any personal as Sir or Garu. The Prime Minister is also called Narendra Modi and not, Sir Narendra Modi or Narendra Modi Garu. TV9 journalists for the first time with all the intensity started words like 'Vaadu', 'Veedu' on Revanth Reddy. Revanth Reddy Garu is an 'MP' elected by the people. TV9 is not found guilty for referring Revanth Garu in this manner. Those who work in say some information like, the new ownership of TV9 has many real estate projects. One of them was sued by Revanth Reddy Garu. If the project gets halted, the investment of thousands of crores will be stuck. For that reason, the news has been circulating on Revanth Reddy Garu for a few days. This is the main reason for TV9's allegations on Revanth Reddy. After being arrested and jailed in a drone case, there is a rumour that he has become more sympathetic. At the same time. The top channel failed to raise opposition to the Revanth Reddy Garu. TV9 is trying in many ways to accuse Revanth Reddy.
 
 
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