Twitterati troll Modi's Britain visit

By: GizBot Bureau

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's three-day visit to Britain has unleashed a battle of sorts on Twitter with hashtags like #KeepModiGiveKohinoor, #ModiCantHideGenocide trending nationwide on Friday.

    Twitterati troll Modi's Britain visit

    #CongressSponsorsGenocide also trended for a few hours. Slaman Nizman sarcastically tweeted #KeepModiGiveKohinoor, referring to the one of the oldest and most famous diamonds in the world which is now in the United Kingdom.

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    The Kohinoor diamond was taken to Britain in the nineteenth century by the East India Company. The #KeepModiGiveKohinoor hashtag was trending nationwide till 7:30 p.m. and attracted more than 20,000 tweets from people.

    A Twitter user Surbhi Sondhi (@RisingSurbhi) tweeted: "#KeepModiGiveKohinoor U can take Adityanath, amit shah n sakshi Maharaj as well."

    Twitter user Darby Shaw (@N0v0ca1n) tweeted: "With #KeepModiGiveKohinoor its time to acknowledge how democratic Twitter has become as compared to Indian mainstream media." A few others also condemned the visit and attacked the Congress. Hashtag #CongressSponsorsGenocide started trending in the afternoon.

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    One of the Twitter users @vaidehisachin tweeted: "#KeepModiGiveKohinoor don't tweet in this trend, we Indians criticizing our PM is fine but this is humiliation to nation & its representative." Twitter user Intolerant Abhinaya said: "Congress playing blame game but they never wash their hands from Genocide."

    Source IANS

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