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Andhra Pradesh: Ahead of PM Modi’s visit, Go Back Modi, Modi No Entry posters and hashtag go viral

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu said his party will do a peaceful "Gandhian" protest.

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Andhra Pradesh: Ahead of PM Modi's visit, Go Back Modi, Modi No Entry posters and hashtag go viral

Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’ visit to Andhra Pradesh on Sunday, several posters and banners saying Go Back Modi, Modi No Entry have been put in Andhra Pradesh. Photos of these posters and banners have been shared on social media notably, #GoBackModi is among the top trends on Twitter in India on Sunday morning.

People in Andhra Pradesh have so much anger and disappointment with PM Narendra Modi that they are protesting against his visit. There are a number of posters and banners saying ‘Modi No Entry,’ ‘No More Modi,’ and more similar chants that have been put up in Andhra Pradesh’s Guntur and Vijayawada.

Twitterverse have made #GoBackModi viral over the social media’s Sunday morning top trends in India. Have a look at some tweets,

After the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) snapped ties with the Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP)-led NDA over the Special Category Status and other bifurcation promises a year ago, this is Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first visit to the state.

Beside these posters and banners, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu said his party will do a peaceful “Gandhian” protest against PM’s visit. Reported by a leading news agency, Naidu said, “PMO’s intervention in Rafale deal is a disrespect to the nation. We will do a peaceful Gandhian protest with yellow and black shirts and balloons.”

A few weeks ago the Prime Minister received an unpleasant welcome in Tamil Nadu at Thoppur and On Friday, the Prime Minister faced similar rage in Assam as he was shown black flag when his convoy passed from Lokapriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport to Raj Bhavan in Guwahati.

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