'Unwanted guest Modi go back':  SUCI activists chant slogans against PM in West Bengal
Prema Rajaram

Kolkata: Socialist Unity Centre of India (SUCI) activists have raised voice of protest against PM Modi's two-day visit to West Bengal with the and sloganeered "UNWANTED GUEST, MODI GO BACK." Not only did they chanted slogans against PM Modi, they also set abalze the effigy of PM Modi at Durgapur.

'Unwanted guest Modi go back':  SUCI activists chant slogans against PM in West Bengal
Prema Rajaram

Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPIM) also went ahead and held black balloons in their hands at Howrah bridge as a sign of protest against PM Modi’s arrival in Kolkata.

'Unwanted guest Modi go back':  SUCI activists chant slogans against PM in West Bengal
Prema Rajaram

Students' Federation of India are also all prepared to come out on the streets in KC Das, Esplanade to protest against PM's arrival.

In addition to this, a protest at College Square in Kolkata is also expected.

The state is likely to witness more protests as the Prime Minister starts his two-day visit in West Bengal, where he will launch schemes and take part in various programmes.

West Bengal has been at the forefront of CAA-NRC-NPR protests with the state’s Chief Minister leading the protests.

The Prime Minister will also be meeting Mamata at the Raj Bhavan around 4.00 p.m after which she will be meeting the protestors at 5.15 p.m.

The PM will be arriving in the state at 3:20 p.m and taking a chopper to the Royal Turf Club ground.

Earlier, the PM also tweeted about his visit, he wrote, "I am excited to be in West Bengal today and tomorrow. I am delighted to be spending time at the Ramakrishna Mission and that too when we mark Swami Vivekananda’s Jayanti. There is something special about that place."

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