Modi a mistake, go back Modi: Posters, hashtags go viral ahead of PM’s Andhra visit
On Sunday morning, the hashtag #GoBackModi was among the top trends on Twitter in India.
go back modi andhra pradesh. One of the anti-Modi posters that are doing the rounds of social media ahead of the prime minister’s visit to Andhra Pradesh today.
Posters against PM Modi’s Andhra visit have come up on social media
On Saturday, Andhra CM Chandrabbabu Naidu said Modi’s visit will be a ‘dark day’
Modi will address a public gathering in Guntur today
Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Andhra Pradesh today, posters and banners screaming “Go Back Modi” have come up in the coast state. Photos of these posters are being shared on social media and such posts have gone viral.
On Sunday morning, the hashtag #GoBackModi was among the top trends on twitter in India.
In one of the posters that are doing the rounds of social media, Narendra Modi is depicted in a caricature. He is seen running away from a crowd that is raining slogans like #NoMoreModi and #ModiIsAMistake. The poster also has the text ‘Modi never again’ on top of the prime minister’s caricature.
This comes a day after the prime minister was greeted with black flags in Assam by protesters for his government’s push for the Citizenship Amendment Bill.
In another poster that is doing the rounds of Twitter, PM Modi is seen bowing down. Above his photo is the text ‘Modi no entry’. This poster too has hashtags like #NoMoreModi and #MoIsAMistake.
A Twitter user with the account @venkat_kamma alleged that the prime minister did not fulfill his promises made to the people of Andhra Pradesh.
On Saturday, ahead of Narendra Modi’s visit, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu said, “Tomorrow [Sunday] is a dark day. Prime Minister Modi is coming to witness the injustice that was done to Andhra Pradesh by him. Modi is weakening the states and constitutional institutions.”
“PMO’s intervention in Rafael is disrespect to the nation. We will do peaceful Gandhian protests with yellow and black shirts and balloons,” he was quoted as saying this by news agency ANI.
Meanwhile, the BJP’s Andhra Pradesh unit hit back and Naidu and accused him of peddling lies. The BJP invited Naidu to tune in to Modi’s speech on BJP’s socail media platforms. The party said Naidu has a “daily routine of vomiting lies”. It said by listening the PM’s speech will give get to hear some “hard facts”.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address a gathering at Etukuru neat Guntur in Andhra Pradesh. He will also inaugurate a number of developmental projects in the state.