Sunday showdown: Hoardings with ‘Modi No Entry’ slogans lined up ahead of PM visit
The knives are out. The ruling TDP’s battle against the BJP’s alleged injustice to the State is being taken right into the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s camp at Guntur…. The TDP, which described Sunday as a black day, gave a call to people to raise their voice against the ‘injustice’ meted out to Andhra Pradesh, while the BJP said that Modi will expose Chandrababu Naidu’s ‘false’ claims of ‘injustice’.…
“A person who has betrayed AP is going to step his feet on the soil of the State. Such person’s footsteps are a desecration to AP. Everyone should protest wearing yellow shirts and black badges and release yellow and black balloons,” Naidu, in a teleconference with his leaders, said but added that the protests should be peaceful.
By Saturday morning, the roads leading to Gannavaram airport and in some parts of Vijayawada city,were lined up hoardings with slogans ‘Modi Go Back’. They also question ‘how can the PM visit the State after ‘betraying’ its people?…
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