The #GoBackModi trend seems to be not leaving the Prime Minister Narendra Modi anytime soon. Last month when the PM Modi met Chinese President Xi Jinping Tamil Nadu was trending #GoBackModi angered by the PM’s policies and his failure to fulfill his promises to the citizens of the country.
#GoBackModi is trending on twitter on number 1️⃣ position with more than 2️⃣1️⃣ thousand tweet.— Shubham Raghuwanshi शुभम रघुवंशी شوبم راھنشیشی (@Shubham01346100) November 25, 2019
people are criticizing #modi and some are also criticizing the #statueofunity .#GoBackModi pic.twitter.com/QY1cekSFPb
However, this time he is not attending any foreign dignitaries and the state in question is not Tamil Nadu. It is the mineral heart of India “Jharkhand” who is trending #GoBackModi on twitter.
Jharkhand is set to kick start the polling for 1st phase of the legislative assembly election from the 30th of this month and the series of rallies and promotions by political parties has already begun. Keeping on his trend of addressing rallies in poll-bound state for his party BJP PM Modi is visiting the state today.
प्रधानमंत्री श्री @narendramodi जी का झारखण्ड में विशाल जनसभा को सम्बोधन। दिनांक- 25 नवम्बर 2019। जनसभा- 1, स्थान- डाल्टनगंज, समय- सुबह 11:35 बजे। जनसभा- 2, स्थान- गुमला, समय- दोपहर 1:20 बजे। लाइव जुड़ें : @BJP4Jharkhand के ट्विटर व फेसबुक पेज पर। pic.twitter.com/hE2RBltDaf— BJP JHARKHAND (@BJP4Jharkhand) November 25, 2019
Taking this opportunity to express there anger the “Jharkhandis” are tweeting with the hashtag. The hashtag is trending at number 1 on Monday morning with tweets flowing in from both citizens and the opposition political parties. Many have also expressed anger on wasting taxpayers’ money on “the statue of unity”.
The PM is scheduled to address two election rallies in the state on Monday. He would attend rallies in Daltonganj and Gumla as per the information provided by BJP’s Jharkhand unit through there twitter handle.
Jharkhand is set to have polls in five phases starting 30th of this month with the results to be announced on 23rd December leading to the swearing-in of a new government in the state for 5-year terms.