Suno Kejriwal….Suno Yogi: Before the assembly elections in five states, various political parties and leaders are not letting go any chance of attacking their opponents, including besieging them. In this sequence, before midnight on Monday, there was a heated argument between Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. However, this altercation took place virtually like election rallies and these two leaders took to Twitter to express their displeasure towards each other.
Both the Chief Ministers accused each other of not making suitable arrangements for the citizens during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Twitter war started when Chief Minister Kejriwal on Monday made a tweet objecting to the excerpts of the speech given by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in response to the discussion on Motion of Thanks on the President’s Address.
Arvind Kejriwal wrote – This statement of Prime Minister is a blatant lie. The country hopes that the Prime Minister will be sensitive to those who have suffered the pain of the Corona period, those who have lost their loved ones. It does not suit the Prime Minister to do politics on the sufferings of the people.
Kejriwal’s response came in response to Prime Minister Modi’s remarks in which he accused the Delhi government of spreading panic and confusion among people during the Covid pandemic, and leaving workers in buses half way to their homes.
On this, UP CM Yogi Adityanath came out in defense of Prime Minister Modi and while attacking his counterpart Kejriwal, he wrote on Twitter that – Listen Kejriwal, you forced the workers of UP to leave Delhi when the entire humanity was groaning due to the pain of corona. Your government did an undemocratic and inhuman act like leaving even small children and women helpless on the UP border in the middle of the night. Should we call you a traitor of humanity or…
Reacting to this, Arvind Kejriwal said, “Listen Yogi, you just let it be. Just like the dead bodies of the people of UP were floating in the river and you were giving advertisements of your false applause in Times magazine by spending crores of rupees. I have never seen such a heartless and cruel ruler like you.”
However, there has been no response from Yogi Adityanath in response to this tweet by CM Kejriwal. It remains to be seen whether this Twitter war between these two mighty leaders ends here, or will it go further!