PM Modi visits Pune: Youth Congress Expresses Dissent with ‘Go Back Modi’ Posters

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New Delhi, July 31, 2023: As Prime Minister Narendra Modi gears up for his visit to Pune on Tuesday, the city’s landscape is adorned with posters expressing dissent from the Youth Congress.

In a mark of protest against the unrest in Manipur and various other issues, the opposition Congress’s youth wing has put up posters across some parts of Pune, boldly stating “Go back Modi” and “Mr. Crime Minister”.

The opposition has been voicing their concerns over rising crime against women, the Manipur violence, unemployment, and other pressing matters.

Amidst the protest, PM Modi is scheduled to visit Pune and participate in various significant events. The prime minister will perform puja at the iconic Dagdusheth Mandir and receive the prestigious Lokmanya Tilak National Award in recognition of his remarkable contribution towards the nation’s progress and development.

The Lokmanya Tilak National Award, established by the Tilak Smarak Mandir Trust in 1983 to honor the legacy of Lokmanya Tilak, is presented annually on August 1, marking the death anniversary of the revered leader.

During his visit, at 12:45 pm, PM Modi will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone for various development projects, including the inauguration of the Waste to Energy Plant under the Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC). He will also flag off metro trains, signaling the commencement of an essential transportation service in the city.

While the city prepares to receive the Prime Minister, opposition alliance members from INDIA are also planning a protest during his visit. They are expressing their concern over the PM’s absence in Manipur, a region facing ethnic clashes since early May.

As the political landscape heats up with both accolades and opposition, the Prime Minister’s visit to Pune promises to be an eventful affair, with voices of dissent and appreciation resonating in equal measure.

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