Hyderabad : India Today magazine has declared the list of the top Ten powerful leaders of Andhrapradesh today. Surprisingly India Today has taken the names of YSRCP President YS Jagan and TRS Chief KCR in the list. The magazine has selected Ten differant members from....
Online PR News – 25-April-2013 – hyderabad – Hyderabad Today News: India Today magazine has declared the list of the top Ten powerful leaders of Andhrapradesh today. Surprisingly India Today has taken the names of YSRCP President YS Jagan and TRS Chief KCR in the list. The magazine has selected Ten differant members from different fields and is declared them as most impacting persons in that fields.
The point of discussion is that the names of only Jagan and KCR existing in the list from the politics field. Speciality of the selection of that magazine is not to take the names of Chandrababu Naidu who had been worked as Chief Minister of the state for Nine years and also Kirankumar Reddy who is presently serving as the CM.
Coming to the other fields the list has DGP Dinesh Reddy, Reddy Labs new Director GV Prasad, IT Specialist BVR Mohan Reddy, Partha Sarathi from the Finance sector, Mandali Buddha Prasad for the Telugu Language publicity, Hero Mahesh Babu from Cinema and Pullela Gopichand from sports. YSR Congress Party chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has been named as one of the most powerful ten persons in Andhra Pradesh by the popular national political weekly India Today.
Jagan is the most powerful leader in Andhra Pradesh according the India Today report in their latest edition. India Today earlier said YS Jaganmohan Reddy, son of late YS Rajasekhara Reddy, will play kingmaker at the centre and will become one of the most important leaders at the centre by winning majority of Lok Sabha seats. The story in their latest edition confirms their earlier predictions.
Jagan Mohan Reddy tops the list of the ten influential persons who are destined to change the course of history of Andhra Pradesh, says the cover story of India Today in its latest issue. The magazine says the persons with the ability to show utmost influence on their contemporary society coupled with their hard work and commitment would ultimately achieve success in their chosen field.
Only those who understand the necessities, anxieties and aspirations of the people and respond honestly to fulfill those aspirations will finally emerge as winners. Such winners only would be able to influence the society and in the process they become most powerful. Such personalities, who are always special, may face several obstacles in their course of becoming winners but all those obstacles will disappear in thin air at the end, says the cover story, adding that in fact victory is never their aim.
"For them, the victory lies very much in the activities they take up," India Today elucidates. Despite being jailed from May 27, 2012, Jagan Mohan Reddy has become a major challenge to the ruling Congress party in the state with most of its MLAs also coming under his influence. Striving to fulfill the dreams and aspirations of his late father Dr. YSR aimed at progress of the state, Jagan Mohan Reddy instilled certain amount of unbridled confidence among the people by being constantly with them and proving solidly he would be ever ready to fight for their cause.
Though it is not sure whether they will join hands politically or not it looks like YSRCP head Jaganmohan Reddy and TRS head K Chandrasekhar Rao have shared the same platform. Not only that, together they have also beaten CM Kiran Kumar Reddy and opposition leader Chandrababu Naidu. All this happened in the list of ten most influential people of Andhra Pradesh released by India Today magazine.
From politics, the magazine chose only Jagan and KCR; from other fields it was DGP Dinesh Reddy, GV Prasad who recently took over as the head of Reddy Labs, IT Entrepreneur B V Mohan Reddy. The list also comprised of Parthasarathy of finance field, Minister Buddha Prasad for promoting the Telugu language, superstar Mahesh Babu and sportsman Pullela Gopichand. The fact that both Kiran and Chandrababu's names were missing came as a highlight. Some mixed reactions are coming in this regard.
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