: Playing a vital role in Andhra politics. Any small incident happens.. it goes viral within seconds. They are supporting themselves.. putting their opponents in a tight spot.. posting. The parties have also formed special teams for that. So far so good.. sometimes there are situations of defamation due to posts on social media. Recently, a video is doing the rounds on social media. It eventually came to damage the image of TDP. The state government’s recent release of Jive Number-1 has caused a political uproar. Many leaders, including Chandrababu and Pawan Kalyan, opposed that life. He accused them of trying to strangle the opposition. Criticism like this.. At the time of every criticism.. Chandrababu went to his own constituency. However.. according to the new Jive.. the police (AP Police) stopped it because there was no permission. There was a tense atmosphere for a long time. However, the police did not back down. Police issued notices to Chandrababu on the main road. With this he left on foot. However… a video was posted on social media saying that a huge number of people followed Chandrababu at that time… all the roads were crowded with people who came for him. The TDP supporters made the video viral saying that it will be reduced for Babu. Some media organizations have also given news that the heap has become densely populated. This has increased the enthusiasm of the Telugu brothers. If the love is like that till Telugu Desam Party, another new topic has become a hot topic on social media. The viral video of Chandrababu’s visit to Kuppam is not original.. counters are falling. Posts show that the video is from Karnataka. A large number of people participated in the festival of a god. Satires are exploding that the TDP will use the video in their favor and promote it. Earlier tweets posted during the event in Karnataka are now being posted. With this, punches are being thrown at Chandrababu and TDP. Netizens are posting comments about politics with fake videos. However, it is not clear that either of these two is true. Let’s see if Telugu Desam (TDP) will clarify it.