CM With National Politics Dream Aiming at Floating News Channel!

Tue Aug 02 2022 16:05:37 GMT+0530 (IST)

Media is a powerful medium and it also has a big responsibility. Besides this, media backing is very crucial for any political party or leader. It is not a secret that almost every political party has a media channel or newspaper that supports them. Not just the regional parties, even the national parties have pro and anti-media.



Whenever any controversy pops up, the pro-media tries to cover the controversy. In many instances, the saffron party Bharatiya Janata Party was saved by the pro-media, while the anti-media eagerly waits to rip the party on every possible occasion.

Now a Chief Minister who is eagerly waiting to try his luck in national politics is believed to have understood the potential of media and wants to bank on the same. To increase the political mileage in the bigger arena, the Chief Minister reportedly eyeing the media.

If we have to take anything from the media reports, the founder chief of Telangana Rashtra Samithi Kalvakuntla Chandrashekar Rao is in plans to float a channel in English. As he wants to enter national politics and bring an alternative force to the centre.

Though KCR announced that he wants to enter national politics, the Chief Minister of Telangana KCR is making quality efforts this time and not leaving any stone unturned in this regard. Though a few Chief Ministers are also not happy with BJP and wants to lock horns with the union government, KCR is taking an active part.

Recently, he met like-minded leaders and his counterparts in other states to chalk out a plan as far as national politics entry is concerned. He met Tamil Nadu Chief Minister(Stalin), West Bengal Chief Minister(Mamata Banerjee) the then Maharashtra Chief Minister(Uddhav Thackeray).

Now the reports of KCR aiming at starting a national news channel tell how adamant the Chief Minister of entering the bigger arena and leaving his mark there. As per the information, the yet-to-be news channel would b in English.

Earlier, he stood in solidarity with the families of farmers, who lost their loved ones in the protest against the controversial gari bills. Not just that, he even handed over cheques to the families of the victims.