On a day when Prime Minister is set to visit the southern state of Tamil Nadu, a visit in which he is slated to launch as many as 5 National Highways projects in Kanyakumari, but even before he reaches the state, #GoBackModi has became a top trending Twitter hashtag.
I take issue with you, Madam.
We, the people of Tamil Nadu, land of self-respect, home of the century-old Dravidian Movement, are not second to any one, not even #ImranKhan, in our desire and determination to send this Prime Minister home after the upcoming election#GoBackModi https://t.co/ybX710nddJ
— Dr P Thiaga Rajan (PTR) (@ptrmadurai) March 1, 2019
Its very unfortunate that the BJP government misusing our armed services for political gains. Which is alarming and extremely dangerous for the people, region and the world. #GoBackModi pic.twitter.com/QpGoE6ILfT
— Tamil Nadu Youth Congress (@TN_PYC) March 1, 2019
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— Gourav angral (@gouravangral3) March 1, 2019
Less than a month ago, when the Prime Minister visited Andhra Pradesh, the twitter Hashtag, had became a top Twitter trending topic. 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. 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, Andhra Pradesh’ was Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first visit to the state.