On Saturday morning, Jana Sena leader Pawan Kalyan's focus shifted to India and its multitude of problems. Taking to Twitter, he began by plugging a video clip of a news debate where a TV anchor is heard outraging that our politicians never get their priorities right.
Pawan then mentioned issues as different as political corruption and air pollution, uneven development and absence of rule of law, narrow political ideologies and ill-thought-out policies in a series of three tweets.
It's conceded that the Jana Sena chief keeps interest in a range of issues, sometimes things that have nothing specifically to do with Andhra Pradesh. However, should he spread his opinion-making too thin at a time when he is yet to come up with nuanced opinions afflicting his own state? Such online activism does no good. At best, only his die-hard supporters will go gaga over a mere mention of issues bereft of a solid intellectual ground to propose solutions.