Arvind Kejriwal takes jibe after Amit Shah's shameless remark

Arvind Kejriwal takes jibe after Amit Shah's shameless remark

New Delhi. Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convenor and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has fiercely targeted the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in a press conference on Tuesday. Delhi CM has claimed that as the elections are taking place, it is becoming clear the INDIA bloc will form the next central government by securing over 300 seats in the upcoming elections. However, this comes after Union home minister Amit Shah on Monday lashed out at Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, accusing him of taking U-turns. 

INDIA bloc will form government

Kejriwal has said that many people conducted a survey and after its findings, it is clear that on June 4, the India Alliance is going to get more than 300 seats on its own. India Alliance is moving towards giving a clean and stable government to the country.

Amit Shah on Arvind Kejriwal

On May 20, Union Home Minister Amit Shah had said that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal have more supporters in Pakistan than in India. He was addressing an election rally in Sangam Vihar in support of BJP candidate from South Delhi, Ramveer Singh Bidhuri. AAP, Congress and opposition alliance remained on Shah's banner.

What Arvind Kejriwal said? 

Arvind Kejriwal said, 'Yesterday Amit Shah ji came to Delhi and abused the people of the country. He said that the supporters of Aam Aadmi Party are Pakistanis. I ask that all the people who gave 62 seats in Delhi, 92 seats in Punjab, 5 seats in Gujarat and 2 seats in Goa are Pakistanis?

Delhi CM said, 'Amit Shah ji, the Prime Minister has chosen you as his heir. You have not yet become the Prime Minister and will not become one. Yesterday Yogi ji also came to Delhi and abused me, whereas your enemies are in your party itself. Preparations are going on to remove you from UP. There is no benefit in abusing me. India coalition government is being formed on 4th June. Vote for India Alliance to save the country.


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