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Amaravati: Protests against Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to Tamil Nadu reflected the “mood of the nation Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said on Monday. The Tamilians protested with black flags and balloons, against the neglect of the state that suffered damages in cyclone ‘Gaja’, Naidu told his party leaders during a tele-conference here, warning Modi would face much severe protests in Andhra Pradesh.

“The protests in Madurai reflected the mood of the nation against the BJP. Compared to Tamil Nadu, the Centre did grave injustice to AP,” Naidu said. “Modi and (Amit) Shah will face much severe protests and opposition if they visit AP,” he asserted. He said there was every need to save the country and also fight for the rights of the states. “We should work with the sole objective of defeating the BJP,” he told the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) rank and file.

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