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politics of social engineering vs development

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come 2024, tdp would have had only one 5 year term in government in the past 2 decades.

 

this in the hindsight perhaps time is up for CBN’s politics of development (tbh - of instant gratification). Politics of social engineering is already bearing fruit for other parties. Wonder if cbn would ever be thinking in these lines.

 

Long term vision for the state vs vision for the party and its existence.

 

ps: same rant - no use!

Edited by Nfdbno1

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Since 2004, TDP  was in power for only one term that too in divided AP and lost its existence in Telangana

Suffering with many chronic issues.....

  1. No Connect with Youth
  2. No Emotional connect by Region/Religion
  3. Not able to Convince People on any issue with proper Articulation
  4. No Focus on Social Media
  5. Strategic Failures in Social Engineering
  6. అన్ని నేనే చేశా, నా వల్లే అన్ని Develop అయ్యాయి అన్న భావజాలం

నేను, నా నుంచి "మన" అన్న పంధాలోకి మారనంత కాలం ఈ పతనం కొనసాగుతుంది...కొనసాగుతోంది..

Be Humble!

Edited by 3mar

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3 hours ago, 3mar said:

Since 2004, TDP  was in power for only one term that too in divided AP and lost its existence in Telangana

Suffering with many chronic issues.....

  1. No Connect with Youth
  2. No Emotional connect with by Region/Religion
  3. Not able to Convince People on any issue with proper articulation
  4. No Focus on Social Media
  5. Strategic Failures in Social Engineering
  6. అన్ని నేనే చేశా, నా వల్లే అన్ని Develop అయ్యాయి అన్న భావజాలం

నేను, నా నుంచి "మన" అన్న పంధాలోకి మారనంత కాలం ఈ పతనం కొనసాగుతోంది

Be Humble!

 

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