#GoBackModi: Black flags, balloons, protests welcome PM Modi in Chennai

#GoBackModi: Black flags, balloons, protests welcome PM Modi in Chennai

#GoBackModi: Black flags, balloons, protests welcome PM Modi in Chennai

"The government is committed to fulfilling its mission", the prime minister said.

"An older version of the tour program of Prime Minister Modi's delegation of 12th April (Defence Expo 2018) is being circulated on social media. He will unveil the plaque inaugurating the diamond jubilee building, palliative care centre (Mahvir Ashray) at Shriperumbadur, Day care centre and nurses quarter at the Adyar Cancer Institute", an official statement from PMO said on Wednesday.

The Prime Minister is expected to meet the residents of Bastar district during his two-day visit to the poll-bound state.

"In thousands of years of history we have never desired anyone's territory, rather than wining countries through wars, India has believed in winning hearts". Citing the instance of providing bulletproof jackets to Indian army soldiers, the supply of which was kept hanging for years, Modi said the paralysis caused by the previous government would not happen anymore. People are also accusing the Prime Minister of siding with the RSS and inciting communal violence.

On Apr. 9, Rahul Gandhi-led a Congress fast at Mahatma Gandhi's memorial in Rajghat for communal harmony and what the party called the government's failure to control violence during Dalit protests.

"This is the land from where the light of Buddhism spread to the world". He is afraid to face the media in Tamil Nadu because he can not answer questions.

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Similarly, members of the newly-formed Tamilaga Kalai Illakiya Panpattu Maiyam by noted filmmakers Bharathiraaja, Ameeer, Gouthaman and Thangarbachan, were also arrested as they staged a black flag protest at the airport.

Apart from protesters directly on the road, others took to Twitter to vent their frustration against the PM and express that he was not welcome in Tamil Nadu.

According to DMK's Subramanian, while over 2000 black balloons were released in various parts of the city, a giant balloon with slogan "Modi Go Back", was put up on the terrace of his residence here.

It seems that the recent logjam in the Parliament hasn't gone down well PM Modi.

As the political atmosphere in the state remained tense and surcharged following unending protests on the Cauvery issue, the remaining six IPL matches of the Chennai Super Kings were shifted to Pune.

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