1. Arvind Kejriwal takes sarcastic jibe at Narendra Modi; cautions Manish Sisodia

Arvind Kejriwal takes sarcastic jibe at Narendra Modi; cautions Manish Sisodia

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, in a sarcastic jibe against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, warned deputy CM Manish Sisodia to 'be prepared' against CBI actions after the latter inaugurated a new college building in the city and congratulated the Public Works department engineers.

By: | Updated: July 21, 2016 2:06 PM
arvind kejriwal, narendra modi, manish sisodia, kejriwal, sisodia, modi, cbi, kejriwal warns sisodia, kejriwal modi, aap, bjp Arvind Kejriwal continuing the swipe wrote on Twitter, that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi might ‘declare’ that Manish Sisodia did not have any power to construct the building. (PTI)

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, in a sarcastic jibe against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, warned deputy CM Manish Sisodia to ‘be prepared’ against CBI actions after the latter inaugurated a new college building in the city and congratulated the Public Works department engineers. Kejriwal continuing the swipe wrote on Twitter, that the Prime Minister might ‘declare’ that Sisodia did not have any power to construct the building.

Sisodia, who is also the education minister of the state, inaugurated the newly constructed building of Deen Dayal Upadhyay college in Delhi and later congratulated the team of engineers at PWD and in a tweet in Hindi wrote, “Congratulations for the new building to the PWD engineers, but suggest you to keep the files ready as tota-maina (parrots and mynas) might come in 2-3 days.” Retweeting the post Kejriwal wrote, “Manish, be prepared. Modi ji will either send CBI against you or declare that u did not have power to construct it (the college building).” PWD Minister Satyendar Jain was also present at the inauguration.

According to reports, Sisodia said at the event that the centre was troubling them but the work kept going on, and that the new building is ‘splendid’. He said, “every year over 2.5 lakh students pass out from Class 12 but of them only 1.25 lakh could get admission in higher and technical education colleges of Delhi University, IP University and others,” IANS reported.

He asked college heads and the Delhi University chancellor to come to the goverment to get resources for their plans to provide better higher education for the rest of the students who dont recieve it yet.

(with agency inputs)

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    Ramana MV
    Jul 21, 2016 at 10:19 am
    Kejri Bhai, please target LG or HM for a change? Leave the PM. You are already por for insulting people at large. Your hatred for compeion is well known. Blaming any further adds to public boredom.
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