One might have noticed an interesting point in the latest tweets of Telugu Desam Party president N Chandrababu Naidu, his son and party general secretary Nara Lokesh and Jana Sena Party chief Pawan Kalyan.
All the three have been making more or less similar comments on the developments in Andhra Pradesh one after the other in a matter of a few minutes.
A close observation of their tweets reveals that the issue remains the same in their comments – whether it is introduction of English medium in government schools, or sand scarcity or Amaravati or Polavaram or painting of Mahatma Gandhi statue with YSR Congress party colour.
First, Naidu tweets a pungent comment against Jagan and his government on a particular issue, quoting a news report published in Andhra Jyothy or Eenadu. Within a few minutes, his son Nara Lokesh makes a more or less similar tweet on the same issue with a stronger comment.
And after four or five minutes, Pawan Kalayn also tweets a comment on the same issue, but tries to be a little polished so as to give it an intellectual touch.
This has been the trend for quite some time. For example, on Monday, Naidu greeted the people of the state on the occasion of 70 years of adoption of Indian Constitution. The TDP chief posted the comment at around 8.35 am.
Exactly five minutes later, Lokesh made a similar tweet, if not the same, wishing the people on the occasion of “Constitution Day” and commemorating Ambedkar and other great leaders.
At 8.43 am, two minutes after Lokesh posted his comment, Pawan Kalyan tweeted in English, “offering salutations to all the noble and selfless leaders who gave us the Constitution to our Motherland Bharat (sic).”
This has given rise to the impression that all the three twitter accounts are being operated by the same person.
Is it an indication to the TDP and Jana Sena being hand in glove with each other?