Why ABN Radhakrishna preferred pink over yellow?


ABN Radhakrishna is considered TDP man and often political opponents of Telugu Desam Party call his media as yellow media. However, he recently published and editorial that surprised many people as he was seen criticizing Telugu Desam Party vehemently in that article. The editorial was about TDP going for an alliance with Congress in Telangana state elections. Radha Krishna severely criticized TDP for taking this decision. However after a little investigation the real facts came out on why he did so. 

Actually, Andhra Jyothi Building in Hyderabad is now located in residential area and as per the reports, the building doesn’t have many required permissions. A few years ago, there was a fire accident in that building and it came to notice that the building doesn’t follow  fire safety measures too. Despite not having proper permissions and not following safety measures, Radhakrishna was able to continue his business from that building as he has developed close relations with the ruling party of Telangana.  Moreover, Andhra Jyothi has later started another building in journalist Colony. It was reported that this land also was allotted to Andhra Jyothi by the government earlier. When this land got some legal issues, Radha Krishna was able to resolve all of them because of his proximity with the ruling government. 

So observers pointing out that Radha Krishna has supported TRS party in this editorial as he got all these benefits from that party . In this process, he didn’t hesitate to make severe comments on Telugu Desam Party that considers RK as their all weather friend. His entire article was focused on suggesting TDP not to go for alliance with Congress Party citing several silly reasons. Probably Radhakrishna doesn’t want any alliance or any political development that will disturb prospects of TRS in upcoming elections.

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