BJP vs AAP: The war of words between Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma has been going on for a long time. Let us tell you that this war of words is getting worse on Twitter. A few days ago, Kejriwal claimed that we are making India number-1, but Sarma has retaliated without spending any time. Sarma told Kejriwal, ‘You don’t make India No. 1, Modi ji is already doing this work’.
The already ongoing war over the liquor policy
Let us tell you that there is already a war between AAP and BJP over Delhi’s liquor policy. At the same time, the Assam CM is also upset with the allegations of Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia in the PPE kit scam on Sarma’s wife. They have filed a defamation case against Sisodia.
This is how the war of words started
The war of words between the two CMs took place over the decision of the Assam government regarding the school. Let us inform that the Assam government has decided that the schools whose children of class 10th have failed will be closed. On this, Kejriwal had tweeted saying that “closing the school is not the solution to the problem.” In response, Assam CM Sarma released the list of schools that were opened during his tenure as education minister. Kejriwal then replied that “he did not intend to criticize the Assam government. They will visit the state to see the good work of the Assam government. India will become number 1 only when we learn from each other. Along with this, Kejriwal also mentioned about his ‘Make India No-1’ campaign.
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We don’t have resources like Delhi: Sarma
Responding to the tweet, Sarma said, “Dear Kejriwal ji, your ignorance is painful. I’ll tell you Assam is 50 times bigger than Delhi. 65 lakh children study in our 44,521 government schools. Whereas there are a little more than 1000 schools in Delhi. We have a dedicated army of two lakh teachers. There are 1.18 lakh mid day meal workers. If you see our challenges, you will forget to give discourses. Assam faces challenges like floods, terrorism. We don’t have resources like Delhi. When you come to Assam I will take you to your medical college, these are better than your mohalla clinic. I will also introduce you to our bright students and teachers.”
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