The ruling Ysrcp in AP seems to have decided to suppress media which are going against the government. According to the reports, CBN Chandrajyothi (name changed) and '5' numbered news channel (name changed) were unofficially imposed a ban by the government.
It's heard that the broadcast of aforementioned channels were interrupted by AP Fibre network across the state. Moreover, private networks have also stopped the channels' programmes in Guntur and Krishna districts. While the pro TDP channels are alleging that the YCP government is playing vendetta politics against them, the government affirmed that above channels haven't paid carrier charges to Siti Cable and so the programs were interrupted.
As is known, both the channels would express their loyalties towards then TDP government on caste grounds. Especially, CBN Chandrajyothi channel's owner is said to have been benefited the property worth of Rs.750 crores. Both the channels would support every bad decision taken by the TDP while they would sling mud on opposition parties like Janasena and Ysrcp.
On the other hand, Ysrcp government is showing its impact on other news channels too. For time being, TV 9 channel appears to be neutral. It conducted an online poll with the question if people would accept Pawan Kalyan's allegations of YCP's government rule is not people's friendly. Shockingly, 72% people supported Pawan Kalyan. However, the poll question was removed by the channel immediately. There is a strong rumour that TV 9's partner Megha Krishnareddy is a staunch supporter of Ysrcp for business purpose.
All in all, YCP's ban on two harmful channels appears to be a wise decision. But then, the government's approach of suppressing the voices of all channels poses a serious threat to media personnel and fans of media houses.