‘Hai Dum to Lad Ke Dikhao Varanasi Se’, BJP leader challenges CM Arvind Kejriwal
Delhi News: Bharatiya Janata Party spokesperson Harish Khurana has once again targeted Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. He retaliated by retweeting a poster of the Aam Aadmi Party on Twitter, in which it is written that ‘cowardly Modi wants to plunge Delhi into darkness like BJP-ruled states’.
‘If you have the courage, then announce it’
Taking a dig at AAP on this poster, Khurana has challenged CM Kejriwal. BJP spokesperson wrote on Twitter, ‘Arvind Kejriwal, you think you are more popular than PM Modi and Modi ji is afraid of you, so announce in Patna today that you will contest the Lok Sabha elections once again in 2024 against Modi ji from Varanasi. . Have courage! Say you have courage! Kejriwal got scared.
it is @AamAadmiParty And @ArvindKejriwal The language of operatives.@CMO Delhi you think you @narendramodi If you are more popular than ji and Modi ji is afraid of you, then announce in Patna today that you will once again contest the Lok Sabha elections in 2024 against Modi ji from Varanasi.
— Harish Khurana (@HarishKhuranna) June 23, 2023
‘There is no fear of going to jail’
Let us tell you that even before this BJP spokesperson Harish Khurana has targeted Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. He had even told Kejriwal to be a crazy CM. Kejriwal had called a special session of the assembly on April 18, about which Harish Khurana tweeted and wrote that on this, Harish said that yesterday for the first time in the history of India, a headstrong chief minister used a 20-minute story to vent his anger. To narrate, a one-day session was called by spending crores of rupees for the people of Delhi. Is there any fear of going to jail?
Khurana had made allegations earlier also
Let us tell you that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had said about the law and order in Delhi that if Delhi’s law and order was under the Aam Aadmi Party government instead of the Lieutenant Governor, then Delhi would have been more secure. BJP spokesperson Harish Khurana also targeted Kejriwal for this statement. He accused Kejriwal of trying to settle political scores with Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena.
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