#GoBackModi trends on Twitter again, TDP protests in Andhra over PM visit. Hours before Prime Minister Narendra Modi could visit Yetkuru in Guntur, black flags were erected across the town, with large number of NGOs, students' organisations and political cadres of parties like TDP and CPI(M) swarming the streets donning black and raising slogans against Modi.
Protestors carrying black flags and placards with 'Go Back Modi' written on it came on the roads.
Most groups on the street said they feel betrayed as the BJP led government failed to live up to its promise and denied to accord Special Category Status to Andhra Pradesh.
Besides Guntur, protests were carried out in Vijayawada and other cities. Protests were not just restricted to the streets, as #GoBackModi again started trending on Twitter. Along with #GoBackModi another hashtag #GoBackSadistModi also trended in India on Sunday morning.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting Yetkuru in Guntur district at 11 am, to address Praja Chaitanya Sabha as part of the upcoming Lok Sabha and Assembly election campaign. This is his first visit to the state after the TDP severed ties with the BJP in March last year, for not according Special Category Status to Andhra Pradesh.