Modi_Go_back trends as protesters demand PM’s resignation


New Delhi, May 30 (ANI): The hashtag #Modi_Go_back was trending on Twitter on Monday as protesters took to the streets in several parts of India to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi over rising inflation, unemployment, and other issues.

The protests were organized by various opposition parties and social groups. In Delhi, protesters gathered outside the Prime Minister’s residence at 7, Lok Kalyan Marg, and raised slogans against the government. They also burnt effigies of Prime Minister Modi.

Similar protests were held in other cities, including Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, and Bangalore. The protesters demanded that the government take immediate steps to address the rising prices of essential commodities, the lack of jobs, and other issues.

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The hashtag #Modi_Go_back soon started trending on Twitter with thousands of people tweeting in support of the protests. Many people also shared videos and photos of the protests.

The government has not yet responded to the protests. However, some BJP leaders have accused the opposition of trying to create unrest in the country.

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The protests come at a time when the government is facing criticism from all quarters over its handling of the economy. The country is facing a high inflation rate, and there is a shortage of jobs. The government has also been criticized for its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The protests are likely to put further pressure on the government. It remains to be seen how the government will respond to the protests.

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