Himanta vs Kejriwal: For the last three days, the war of words between Kejriwal and Sharma is going on on Twitter. Aam Aadmi Party chief Kejriwal tweeted on Saturday, ‘We have a saying here. Someone asks “when shall I come” and you say “come anytime” which means “don’t ever come”.
The war of words is going on between Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and Assam CM Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma. On Saturday too, the war between the two continued on Twitter. CM Kejriwal asked Himanta Vishwa Sharma to tell when to come to see the schools of Assam. The debate between the two leaders on the digital platform started on Wednesday after Kejriwal tweeted that closing schools is not a solution and there is a need to open more schools in the country. Along with this, he shared a news claiming that some schools in Assam have been ‘closed’.
Kejriwal attacked Sharma on the pretext of saying
For the last three days, the war of words between Kejriwal and Sharma is going on on Twitter. Aam Aadmi Party chief Kejriwal tweeted on Saturday, ‘We have a saying here. Someone asks “when shall I come” and you say “come anytime” which means “don’t ever come”. I asked you “when should I come to see your government school” you didn’t even tell. Tell me when I will come, then I will come.”
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CM Sharma told the difference between Delhi and Assam
The Delhi Chief Minister made this tweet after Sharma’s statement on Friday. Sharma had pointed out the difference between Delhi and Assam in a series of tweets and ridiculed Kejriwal. Sharma’s tweet was, ‘Dear Kejriwal ji, your ignorance is sad. I help you Assam is 50 times bigger than Delhi. There are 65 lakh students studying in our 44,521 schools and you have a little over a thousand schools. We have an army of over two lakh dedicated teachers and 1.18 lakh midday meal workers.
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CM Sharma raised questions on Mohalla Clinic in Twitter
In another tweet, Sharma had said, “Listen and when you are in Assam I will take you to our medical colleges which are a thousand times better than your Mohalla clinics. You will also meet our talented government school teachers and students. He said, ‘And yes, you should stop worrying about making the country number one, that Modi ji is doing.’
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