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Morphed pics big hit in Samaikyandhra stir

DC | 17th Aug 2013
Protesters using a morphed photo of Congress president Sonia Gandhi in the agitation in Anantapur on Friday. — DC
Protesters using a morphed photo of Congress president Sonia Gandhi in the agitation in Anantapur on Friday. — DC

Anantapur: Agitators of Samaikyandhra have been expressing their ire against the leaders blaming them responsible for unilateral decision to bifurcate the state, with the different caricatures on the flexi boards as part of the protest.

With the agitations being run by people of various sections joined voluntarily against the decision, political parties were not daring to prevent them from using cutouts and flexiboards with caricatures.

Though, parties are blaming each other making responsible for supporting the decision, people led by non-political JAC had targeted elected representatives of all parties for playing blame games in connection with the burning of the region. The photos of leaders being  morphed to various caricatures and phases.

However, the AICC president Sonia Gandhi, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Union ministers from Seemandhra region, TRS chief KCR and PCC chief Botsa Satyanarayana, TD chief N. Chandrababu Naidu were the prime victims.

Anantapur municipal corporation workers has erected a big cutout of TRS chief K. Chandrasekhar Rao’s body and performed last rites and also mixed liquor bottles as saline being injected. Another group of protesters erected a cutout of Sonia, predicting her condition after 2014 elections.

The activists also morped photos of Sonia, Digvijay Singh and KCR as monkeys. This has become a major cause for concern among Seemandhra leaders as the posters are derogatory.

Embarrassed by the presence of such critical posters, Seemandhra leaders are trying their best to undo the damage created by the posters put up by Samaikyandhra activists but in vein.
 

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