Even as PM Narendra Modi is busy strengthening India's ties with China during the second informal summit in Tamil Nadu on Friday, pro-Pakistani elements who were spooked by the development in the relations set out to start a vicious campaign. The pro-Pakistan elements, many of whose Twitter accounts were recently created, began to tweet with the #GoBackModi and #GoBackSadistModi. The hashtag was uniformly tweeted by many Pakistan-backed elements at 11:00 AM on Friday, to raise its numbers, as revealed by a user. Unfortunately, the hashtag was also used by several from the Lutyens in Delhi as well as those who call themselves intellectuals.
"Good evening and welcome Ladies and Gentleman. To those anti-nationals who have plotted with Pakistan, let me say to those shameless, disloyal, treacherous, backstabbing, traitors, traitors — that you who merrily spread the ISI hashtag #GoBackModi. You , who do this on a day when the Prime Minister has taken diplomacy to another level in Mahabalipuram. To you, treacherous Indians, who collude with the Pakistanis openly and become part of their trolling campaign. To you, those Indians, I am ashamed of calling fellow citizens, because you are nothing but handmaidens for the enemy, because you are nothing but pseudos on the take — to you, I throw a hashtag back tonight. #GoBackMirJafars. #GoBackMirJafars and realise that you are rejects in your own soil. #GoBackMirJafars and realise that the people of India detest you. And #GoBackMirJafars in the knowledge that your irrelevance can only be matched by your frustration," he said.
PM Narendra Modi received President Xi Jinping at Mamallapuram on Friday after the Chinese leader arrived from Chennai. On the occasion of the second informal summit, PM Modi, who was dressed in traditional attire, took President Xinping to a tour of the Mamallapuram as traditional music set up the perfect ambiance. The leaders strolled through the historical city of Mamallapuram which has magnificent architecture dating back to the Pallava dynasty. While at the Krishna's Butter Ball, PM Modi and President Xi Jinping raised their hands in unison to symbolise Indo-China ties.
On Day 2 of the summit, PM Modi will have a tete-e-tete with Chinese President Xi Jinping at 10 am. This will be followed by India and China delegation-level talks at 10:50 am in the morning. The leaders will then proceed for, yet another meal hosted by India in the honour of Chinese President Xi Jinping.