Raj Express For the Delhi Assembly elections 2020, a spherical of battle between the ruling Aam Aadmi Party and the BJP is happening very quick, the electoral battle between the 2 events continues. Now Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who’s contesting from New Delhi Assembly seat just lately, has given a befitting reply to the statements of BJP chief and Union Home Minister Amit Shah by tweeting today.
What is Kejriwal's reply?
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted today, wrote- "Sir, we have now organized free battery charging together with free wi-fi. 200 items of electrical energy are free in Delhi.
Sir, we have now organized free battery charging together with free wi-fi. Delhi has 200 items of electrical energy freed from value. https://t.co/eCe51evCFz
– Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) January 24, 2020
Answer given to search out Wi-Fi:
Addressing a public assembly in Delhi, Amit Shah had focused the Delhi authorities and mentioned, "Kejriwal ji you mentioned that I’ll make free Wi-Fi in total Delhi.
I’ve come on the lookout for Wi-Fi on the way in which, however the battery ran out however Wi-Fi couldn’t be discovered. '' CM Arvind Kejriwal has given this reply by tweeting about this assertion of Amit Shah.
Apart from this, Amit Shah additionally mentioned that, "Just inform what number of faculties. There was speak of putting in 15 lakh CCTV cameras, and you might be fooling the general public by putting in a number of CCTVs. ''
Take a while, the colleges additionally present:
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal additionally retaliated this assertion by Amit Shah in one other tweet, by which he wrote, "I am glad you saw" some "CCTV cameras. A couple of days in the past you mentioned you didn't put a single digital camera … take a while, present you the varsity too? I’m very completely happy that the folks of Delhi have modified politics, which the BJP has to ask for votes on CCTV, faculties and uncooked colonies right here.
Please inform that, the Union Home Minister Amit Shah seats in Matiala Addressing the folks of Delhi, the BJP had appealed for a vote.