Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is simply unbeatable when it comes to practicing the art of staying in the news.
With the much debated 15-day odd-even experiment on private vehicles in Delhi coming to an end on Friday evening, the radio and television advertisements backing this formula would also go away soon. His feisty verbal assault on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley regarding the Delhi District Cricket Association issue, which came in response to CBI raids on his principal secretary’s office, is now a thing of the past as well.
Notwithstanding all that, Kejriwal is a wizard when it comes to grabbing headlines perennially.
Even before he would eclipse from public discourse, the AAP chief found a new way to be in the leading news cycle. After holding a media briefing to pat his own back on Friday and that of his government on the odd-even experiment, he took to Twitter to generate a new controversy, again attempting to claim victimisation. The Delhi chief minister went to the extent of daring the Prime Minister for no apparent reason. It seems he wants to thrive more on his unnamed and unverified source based information whether it is right, wrong or completely imaginary.
“PMO sources-Next raid on Manish or Satinder. Officers under them being pressurized to get something wrong signed from them,” the Delhi chief minister tweeted. Manish Sisodia is Delhi’s deputy chief minister while Satinder Jain is a minister in his government holding important portfolios of health, industries, home, public work department and power.
Then in an another tweet in Hindi he targeted PM Modi saying, “You may do whatever you want to, (but) the truth is with us, god is with us. You can do us no harm.”
Source From Firstpost
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