The pathetic state of affairs in the AP Assembly's recently concluded winter season left everyone fuming on the YSRCP leaders for their highly abusive and derogatory remarks against the ruling party legislators.
On the contrary, during the AP Assembly sessions more than two decades ago, the then Congress MLA Nannapaneni Rajakumari lashed out at the legendary actor and former CM of the undivided Andhra Pradesh, NTR, by showing a news paper article that was against him.
NTR, then a leader of opposition in the Marri Chennareddy government, made a colloquial Krishna district adage that goes like "madichi.." Nannapaneni Rajakumari immediately broke into tears and all the ruling party MLA's demanded NTR to apologize for his comment.
However, deeply upset with the backlash for his random remark, NTR walked into the Speaker's podium, kept his towel in front of the Speaker and stated that he is boycotting the house that disrespected him and vowed to enter the assembly only after he becomes a CM.
NTR won the 1994 polls, became a CM and stepped into the assembly, proving that he had public support, unlike the present YSRCP MLAs who are losing the public trust for their wayward behavior.