A small section of a fringe group has waved black flag and shouted “Modi go back” when the Prime Minister visited Tirupur. This has become a recurring practice in Tamil Nadu and shows the intolerance of some extreme and miniscule groups.

Tamil visual media give huge publicity to such unacceptable demonstration by a small group of people who want publicity.

It is highly improper to ask the Prime Minister to go back. For that matter, nobody has the right to ask anybody to go back as every Indian citizen has the right to go anywhere in the country.

Politics in Tamil Nadu has descended to such low level, spoiling the image of the state itself.

Let it be understood clearly that vast section of people in Tamil Nadu are not associated with such hate feelings.

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Ignorance and blind faith in certain media like The Hindu whose stand is quite understandable by being a Left Partyman on the top. I have stopped subscribing to Hindu for we are getting only views of lopsided thinking. Please do not believe The Hindu. No cultured man will call the highest office a liar without establishing the facts with unquestionable proof. I hope after the CAG report the intelligent section of the people will understand the fact, however hard-core ill-fed (with wrong information) politicians will differ. Let us ignore them. more  
Every party and their politicians has to understand that with multi party system they come to power only with 33 to 35 people voting to them to win the elections. 30 people do not vote at all. 37 to 35 people vote against them. In such a situation any party coming to power with high promises and not full filling those promises will have the wrath of the people who did not vote for them. You may carry a very high opinion about the present government but daily news by reputed dailies indicate negative and prooving that their is no much difference between any party and all are corrupt by one way or the other. Hence please do not make an issue out of nothing. more  
Sir, I understand your love with Mr.Modi, But you should understand that citizen of India having right to register his/her protest against PM wise verse PM having right to travel any where in India. But the question is Why our PM not visited worst affected Tanjore Delta, as a PM weather I voted to him or not. He is coming in a official trip and speaking politics and criticizing oppositions parties. Why people at large hate Mr.Modi because he is developed his personality with bundle of lies. He compromised our national security in the Raffel deal. The Hindu published a document showing the role of PM office intervention on Raffel, but his government lie in SC. In my point of view If same type of strong evidence came to public in UK or US by this time the person responsible is leave the office by resignination. He is talking about national spirit but avoiding national anthem, and regional anthem. more  
These fellows are paid goondas who want to be in lime light for cheap publicity ; These groups have mushroomed in TN bcos this is a profitable business more  
Absolutely agree, i am living in Tamilnadu for 6 decades, not seen a PM like MODI.In tamilnadu these Modi hater/intolerent groups exist for publicity,,many are led by socalled leaders( generals without soldiers)thease guys have some personnel grievences against Modi who ,most probably not heeded to their unfair corrupt demands.MODI IS GREAT more  
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