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If the hospital had been built instead of the Statue-Stadium … the anger of the people erupted on the Modi government

Amidst the uncontrolled situation of Corona virus across the country, the shortage of drugs like Oxygen and Remedesvir and the agitation for the Covid test, people are expressing their anger on social media and demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At the same time, the Health Minister is also being questioned.

With the hashtags #ResignModi and #ModiResignOrRepeal on Twitter, people were seen questioning the government’s policies and wrote that if the government had invested in the hospital instead of the statue and stadium, it might not have been the day to see it. On Twitter, a user named Mann wrote that ‘our Prime Minister is worried about winning the election only and in any way, not the people’.

A user named Navneet wrote, ‘Ask yourself honestly whether Modi is the leader you want and whom you have chosen?’ After announcing the lockdown in Delhi, Vishal shared a picture of the crowd at the Anand Vihar bus station and wrote, “The diaspora are now returning to their homes… They have a dark night again …”. Sharing a picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally, a man named Navneet wrote, “How much more life will you sacrifice for your greed, Modi ji?”

While sharing the picture of the Statue of Unity, a user named Navneet Kaur Sirohi wrote that 7,00,00 ventilators would be ready in the cost of a statue. Modi is failing as Prime Minister. The user named Aman wrote, ‘The priority of the government is the temple. Lord Rama also weeps seeing what is happening in his name. ‘

Opposition parties also targeted: On the other hand, opposition leaders have also targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi. RJD leader Tej Pratap Yadav compared the PM to the Roman ruler ‘Nero’, writing that Nero was playing the flute when Rome was burning.

Former Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah wrote that the Modi government is responsible for the problems people are facing. CPI-ML leader Dipankar Bhattacharya also lashed out at the Prime Minister, saying that the PM was busy addressing election rallies.


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