Amit Shah said- Battery is exhausted whereas looking for Wi Fi, Kejriwal's answer- Charge electrical energy free

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Delhi Assembly Elections 2020: All the celebration has began its marketing campaign for the Delhi Assembly elections. Meanwhile, the leaders have intensified the verbal assault on one another. In the identical sequence, the struggle between Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and former BJP President and Home Minister Amit Shah is changing into more and more viral on Twitter.

Actually, Amit Shah addressed the general public assembly throughout a rally in Delhi on Thursday. During this, he attacked the state's CM Arvind Kejriwal without spending a dime wifi. He taunted Kejriwal and mentioned, "Kejriwal ji you mentioned that I’ll make free Wi-Fi in whole Delhi. <! –

                 I've come searching for Wi-Fi on the way in which, however the battery ran out however Wi-Fi was not discovered. "

In response to this, CM Kejriwal tweeted a tweet from his official account. In this tweet, he responded to Amit Shah and wrote, "Sir, we have provided free WiFi as well as free battery charging. Delhi has 200 units of electricity free." After this, this tweet by Kejriwal is changing into more and more viral.

Significantly, Kejriwal has made a provision to offer 200 items of electrical energy free to the folks of Delhi. At the identical time, opposition events are criticizing the Delhi authorities of AAP for asserting free companies.

Regarding this, Kejriwal tweeted, "Offering limited amount of free services is good for the economy. This increases the availability of funds to the poor, which increases demand, but it should be done to such an extent that there is no additional tax. It has to be put and it does not cause budget shortfall. "

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