Political parties across the world always attempt to avoid a meaningful discussion whenever a scandal comes to the light. No body wants the truth; everybody craves to gains maximum mileage out of it and keeps blaming one another. That is their motto. Unfortunately, the media too has joined this bandwagon in our state. The latest instance for this is Satyam Raju open confession of his omissions and commissions in running the software giant Satyam. Usually the job of the opposition party is to castigate the ruling party with credible evidence and the role of the media is to investigate whether the ruling party leaders have any role in the episode. But in our state both a section of media and opposition leaders are ganging up to find fault with ruling party without substantial evidence and another section of the media joining hands with ruling party to blame the opposition leaders, of course, with out any strong proof.
From the day one nobody has shown any interest on the survival of a big company and the people who depended on that , all have started blaming each other using the their media partners and buffooned the public.