Kejriwal hits back at PM’s 'Naakaam Panthi' jibe

Kashmir Times. Dated: 5/10/2019 12:53:34 PM

'Speeches, foreign tours, what else?'

DELHI, May 9 (Agencies): Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal On Thursday tore into Prime Minister Narendra Modi a day after the latter said the Delhi government excelled at "naakaam panthi" (uselessness).
Returning the prime minister in the same coin, Kejriwal tweeted, "We improved education, health infrastructure and water facilities etc. What did you do? Speeches, foreign tours, fake promises, and anything else?"
Kejriwal further accused Modi of courting the electorate by using "fake nationalism".
Blaming AAP for the 'failure of Anna Aandolan', Modi had on Wednesday said, "They have committed the sin of failing a big movement against corruption. They broke the trust of crores of youth. These people had come to change the country but then got changed. They had come to provide a new system but became a synonym of Anarchism and chaos."
"First they made objectionable comments about everyone and later crawled to apologise. These people took U-turn for personal ambitions. They displayed their culture by abusing every constitutional post of the country. They blamed others for all their failure and also supported the tukde-tukde gang. They also made contacts with anti-country people outside India," he added.



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