Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy CM Manish Sisodiya
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PM Modi should stop following anti-woman people, Kejriwal twitted

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday once gain hit out at Prime Minister Narinder Modi and termed him an anti-woman. Kejriwal twitted that PM should stop following all those people on the twitter who poison against women.

Arvind Kejriwal said PM talks about women empowerment on the one hand but support all those people who use filthy language and threaten the women. This is not the first time when Delhi  CM took to twitter to criticise Narinder Modi.

Early in the day, Kejriwal had thanked Modi for considering the effort of Delhi government for the betterment of the city. Urben Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu has awarded Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodiya for his effort in the decentralisation of the city. Award was given to Sisodiya to make School management accountable.

On the occasion of women’s day Arvind Kejriwal tweets, hitting out at Modi was an effort to play down PM’s bid to become the biggest well-wisher of the women. Delhi CM has earlier made many personal comments PM. He even didn’t mind dragging  PM’s mother for the criticism.

Referring the Mother in the rally in Fatehpur in UttarPradesh, Prime Minister Narinder Modi had said his mother was making food in Chulha by burning woods. I have seen and feel the pain of my mother. Condemning the PM’s attempt to fetch vote by using the name of his mother, Kejriwal twitted: ” Why don’t you keep your mother with you. I have not seen any PM using his 90-year-old mother so shamefully for political reason.”

CM, on earlier occassion, also openly criticised BJP-affiliated ABVP for jumping into Ramjas row for no reason. Delhi government on Wednesday announced its annual budget 2017-18. Kejriwal appreciated Manish Sisiodiya for making people friendly budget. However, leader of opposition in Arvind Kejriwal criticised the Kejriwal government and termed it an anti-people budget.

 

 

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