NEW DELHI: Delhi chief minister Aravind Kejriwal yesterday trolled PM Modi on Twitter saying he looked "nervous" in UP election campaign rallies.
After addressing a rally in UP, PM Modi shared some parts of his speech from the rally. Responding to those tweets, Kejriwal said that PM and BJP are nervous about the results of the polls in five states.
दलितों पर अत्याचार की घटना यूपी में ज्यादा है और उत्तरप्रदेश सरकार इसे लेकर बिल्कुल गंभीर नहीं है। इसकी सीधी ज़िम्मेदारी यूपी सरकार की है। pic.twitter.com/3OwmR8zwak— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) February 16, 2017
Out of five states polling in Punjab, Goa and Manipur is completed, polls in UP is underway and in Manipur, it will be on 4th and 8th march, results will be announced on March 11. Modi addressed a rally in Hardoi yesterday, Polling in Hardoi is on Sunday in the third phase of the staggered elections in the state. Even without AAP contesting in the polls, it seems race will be tight with the BJP, the SP-Congress alliance and the BSP being the main contenders in the race. "SP, Congress, BSP never thought about the bigger picture. All they did was to serve a select few, guided by political calculations. The fortune of the Uttar Pradesh cannot be changed until it gets rid of these political parties," Modi said addressing the rally.
Sir, u are looking nervous https://t.co/6F9aBzVmAn— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) February 16, 2017