The Telugu Desam, led by former Chief Minister (and great friend of disgraced Ramalinga Raju) was the first to drop in its hat, declaring that Chief Minister YSR Reddy had walked off with the Rs. 7,000-crore. This was perhaps the most irresponsible thing he could have said: such a serious allegation needs definitive proof, not political vendetta. The only saving grace was his demand for a look into Maytas Infra.'s books, which is a fair demand.
The Communist parties have, in typical communist fashion, wreaked havoc without knowing what they're doing. First, they threatened to 'occupy' the land given to Satyam's sister-concern, Maytas Infrastructure Ltd. as part of government projects. They said that they would 'distribute' the land to the poor, without any proper planning or vision, effectively creating more slums. They also asked where the Rs. 7,000-crores went. Perhaps, if they read reports properly, they would realise that the money never existed in the first place, so how could it go anywhere?
The Opposition in Andhra Pradesh is playing dirty, cheap politics ahead of the elections. They are creating a bad image of AP in other states. Of course, almost every state has an Opposition that would do exactly what the ones in AP did (the one in West Bengal would do worse), but image is a major issue and Opposition leaders should only speak with proof, not political motivations.