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    Twitter users in India have been trending the hashtag #GoBackFascistModi ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Telangana and Tamil Nadu. The trend has gained momentum in recent days, with thousands of tweets using the hashtag. The hashtag is being used by those who are critical of the Modi government’s policies, particularly its handling of the farmers’ protests and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

    The hashtag has sparked a debate on social media, with some users defending the prime minister and others criticizing him. Those who are using the hashtag argue that the Modi government has failed to address the concerns of farmers and has been suppressing dissenting voices. They also accuse the government of being authoritarian and fascist. On the other hand, those who support the prime minister argue that he has implemented several reforms that have benefited the country, including the Digital India initiative and the Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan.

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    The trend has also drawn attention to the issue of freedom of speech in India. Critics of the Modi government argue that dissenting voices are being silenced, with journalists and activists facing harassment and intimidation. They also argue that social media platforms are being used to suppress dissenting voices. Supporters of the government, on the other hand, argue that freedom of speech is being misused by those who are spreading fake news and inciting violence. The trend is likely to continue in the coming days, with more Twitter users joining the debate and expressing their views on the issue.

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