Why is #GoBackModiFromBengal trending on twitter
New Delhi, Jan 11: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a two-day visit to Kolkata, and people from West Bengal on Twitter are asking him to go back.
#GoBackModiFromBengal has started trending on Twitter amid the widespread protests against the Centre over the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, National Register of Citizens (NRC), National Population Register (NPR) and also the assault on Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students.
#GoBackModi, the hashtag that caught the attention of the social media world in April 2018 has become a 'regular' occurrence to see these days. Twitter abuzz with the hashtag #GoBackModi in English, Tamil whenever the Prime Minister is in Chennai.
Year 1928:— Nенr_wно™ (@Nehr_who) January 11, 2020
People were angry and out on road with banners and shouting Slogan
"SIMON GO BACK"
People are angry and out on Road with Banners and Shouting Slogan
"MODI GO BACK"
90 years down the line
India Still fighting the Tyranny#GoBackModiFromBengal
Bengal has no place for divisive politics, communal hatred or fascism. People of Bengal have always rejected politics of hate and polarisation. #GoBackModi #BengalRejectsModi #GoBackModiFromBengal pic.twitter.com/lCkdUM5mJ5— West Bengal Congress (@INCWestBengal) January 11, 2020