Backlash against Modi offering citizenship to settlers who fled to India

Backlash against Modi offering citizenship to settlers who fled to India

Backlash against Modi offering citizenship to settlers who fled to India

"That is why the honest have trust on Modi while the corrupt have a problem", he said at a public rally here.

While hundreds of Gauhati University students waved black flags at Modi in Jalukbari area, activists of the Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) and AJYCP did the same at Adabari and Fancy Bazar areas. Slogans like "Modi Go Back, ' "Scrap Citizenship Bill, ' 'Joi Aai Asom" and 'BJP hai hai" were hurled at the Prime Minister.

Addressing a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) rally here amid protests across the state, he targeted the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) chief accusing him of corruption. Members of state employee associations, social organisations and student organisations will also join the fast, it said. Drawing a comparison between the loan waiver scheme of the state government and Centre's plans for the welfare of farmers, he said the Prime Minister's Kisan Yojana will benefit more than 12 crore farmers in the country. It is clear that Modi is a protector of illegal Bangladeshi foreigners.

A day before PM Narendra Modi's first visit to the state on Sunday after the fallout with TDP in March 2018, hoardings with "Modi Never Again", "Modi No Entry" cropped up in Guntur, albeit remove later.

Modi arrived at the Guwahati airport from Jalpaiguri in West Bengal in a special Indian Air Force plane and was received by governor Jagdish Mukhi, chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal, finance minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and senior government officials.

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The Prime Minister faced black flag protest in Itanagar as well on Saturday.

On Friday evening, Modi was shown black flags in at least four different locations as soon as he landed in Guwahati and was travelling from the airport to the Raj Bhawan to spend the night.

"Modi has come here to seek votes from the people of Assam". The state is going to hold state Assembly elections along with 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Now he is trying to convince the people that the citizenship bill is not harmful for us.

This is Modi's third visit to Assam since December 25, 2018 when he inaugurated the Bogibeel bridge.

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