Patna: On a day Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed his first campaign rally for the Bihar Assembly elections due from next week, #GoBackModi started trending online on Friday.
Let us break it down for you as to why an outrage against the PM is building up during the Bihar elections.
During the initial stage of coronavirus in the country, migrants had to undergo both mental and physical distress. The lack of timely action is the number one reason behind such a backlash.
Bihar is asking –
Is Corona Over?
— Abdul Basit (@AbdulBasit_IND) October 23, 2020
— DrSyed Md Sabir (@drsabirsyed) October 23, 2020
— V S Sarathy Kumar (@VSSarathyKumar) October 23, 2020
Youth Unemployed, Farmers Overutilised
The anger of those wishing PM Modi to go back isn’t just limited to the migrant crisis. The unemployed youth and the new agriculture laws as well as unkept promises have made matters worse. Check some reactions.
— Aafrin (@Aafrin7866) October 23, 2020
— Dr Tanweer Hassan (@DrTanweerHassan) October 23, 2020
— ɴᴇᴜᴛʀᴏɴ ꜱᴛᴀʀ (@Neutron_star__) October 23, 2020
Bihar No More Trusts Modi.#GoBackModi
— Surya Pratap Singh IAS Rtd. (@suryapsingh_IAS) October 23, 2020
— Pushpendra Meena (@Pushpendrajm) October 23, 2020
All the anger built up has now led to #GoBackModi to trend online.