As Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to visit Guntur, Andhra Pradesh on Sunday, posters have emerged opposing his entry into the state, reports ANI.
According to the reports, many anti-Modi posters have emerged across Andhra Pradesh ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the state on Sunday. Some of the posters had slogans of ‘No More Modi’ ‘Modi Is A Mistake’, ‘Modi Never Again’, among others. It has not yet been ascertained who has put up the posters.
Another image portrayed Andhra CM Chandrababu Naidu with an arrow ready to shoot toward PM Modi, BJP President Amit Shah and other BJP leaders.
Meanwhile, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu has called the Prime Minister’s visit a ‘dark day’ and asked party workers to hold protests during the visit to the state.
“Tomorrow is a dark day. Prime Minister Modi is coming to witness the injustice that was done to Andhra Pradesh by him. Modi is weakening the states and constitutional institutions. PMO’s intervention in Rafale is disrespect to the nation. We will do peaceful Gandhian protests with yellow and black shirts and balloons,” said Naidu while addressing his party leaders.
Congress and left parties are also thinking of holding protests across the state to protest Prime Minister’s visit. They have announced that they will be protesting across the state with empty vessels.
Reportedly, Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit will address a public meeting titled ‘Praja Chaitanya Sabha’ at Etukuru bypass road near Guntur city on Sunday. PM Modi will also dedicate the 1.33 MMT Visakhapatnam Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) facility of the Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserve Limited (ISPRL) to the country. He will also inaugurate ONGC’s Vashishta and S1 development project located in the Krishna-Godavari (KG) Offshore Basin and lay the foundation stone for setting up a new terminal of Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) at Krishnapatnam.