Congress leader Captain Amarinder Singh took on social networking site twitter to reply back to Delhi Chief Minister over his statements on Navjot Singh Sidhu.
Congress leader Captain Amarinder Singh took on social networking site twitter to reply back to Delhi Chief Minister over his statements on Navjot Singh Sidhu. Kejriwal had earlier retweeted Captain Singh’s post which saw the latter speaking about Punjab Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal’s “misrule bringing the state to its knees in the last 10 years”. Amrinder Singh had promised that he would bring Punjab back on track in the next two months. Kejriwal had mocked the video saying that Captain Singh was not the Chief Ministerial candidate. Kejriwal had said that according to sources, Navjot Sidhu had been promised the role.
Captain Singh in his reply to Kejriwal said that the Delhi Chief Minister finally had the courage to face him, on Twitter at least. He too mocked Kejriwal and said that they understood Kejriwal’s agony on the matter of Navjot Sidhu as it was a case of sour grapes for the Chief Minister. The Sidhu couple, after resigning from the BJP had initially been speculated to join the AAP but ended up with the Congress.
Oh! Finally you’ve found some courage to face me…at least on Twitter @ArvindKejriwal.On Sidhu,we can understand your agony…”sour grapes” https://t.co/3xB386N1ys
— Capt.Amarinder Singh (@capt_amarinder) December 15, 2016
Arvind Kejriwal has had a busy day on Twitter as he had earlier taken the attack on the BJP government and demonetisation to a personal level when he had questioned the Prime Minister’s educational degree and asked if PM Modi had the educational qualifications to understand the Indian economy especially when the country was reeling under the pressure of demonetisation. He had mocked PM Narendra Modi and said that the latter was the 12th pass.