Ways to make a mistake, go back Ways: Poster, hashtags become viral for Andhra's visit

In view of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Andhra Pradesh today, posters and banners shout "Go Back Modi" arrived in the coastal state. The photos of these posters are shared on social media and these posts have become viral.

On Sunday morning, the hashtag #GoBackModi was among the best Twitter trends in India.

In one of the posters on social media, Narendra Modi is depicted in a caricature. It is seen escaping from a crowd that is raining slogans like #NoMoreModi and #ModiIsAMistake. The poster also has the text & # 39; Modes never again & # 39; on top of the caricature of the prime minister.

This comes the day after the prime minister was greeted with black flags in Assam by protestors for pushing his government to the proposed amendment on citizenship.

In another poster that is going around on Twitter, PM Modi is seen bowing. Above his picture there is the text "Modi no entry". This poster also has hashtags like #NoMoreModi and #MoIsAMistake.

A Twitter user with the @venkat_kamma account said that the prime minister has not fulfilled his promises made to the Andhra Pradesh people.

Saturday, in view of the visit of Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Chandrababu Naidu, said: "Tomorrow [Sunday] it's a dark day. Prime Minister Modi is coming to witness the injustice that has been done in Andhra Pradesh by him. Ways is weakening states and constitutional institutions ".

"The PMO's intervention in Rafael does not respect the nation, we will do peaceful protests in Gandhian with shirts and yellow and black balloons," he told the ANI news agency.

Meanwhile, the BJP unit Andhra Pradesh hit Naidu and accused him of lying. The BJP invited Naidu to tune into Modi's speech on BJP's social media platforms. The party said that Naidu has a "daily routine of throwing lies". It is said listening to the PM's speech that will give way to listen to some "facts".

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a rally in Etukuru, Turkey, in Guntur in Andhra Pradesh. It will also open a series of development projects in the state.

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