Arvind Kejriwal Feels That Modi Is Nervous In The Uttar Pradesh’s Election Campaign, Trolls Modi On Twitter

Saicharan Palakurthi

If there’s someone who never leaves Modi alone, he is Delhi’s Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal. Though he’s not part of the current elections going on in the major five North Indian states, he, however, puts his nose in every possible situation tuning on towards Modi.

Kejriwal now stated on his Twitter account that it appears like Prime Minister Narendra Modi is feeling nervous during the elections campaign held at Uttar Pradesh.

Modi mentioned a part of his speech on his Twitter handle, Kejriwal responded to the tweet saying that the PM and the BJP are “nervous” about the results of the polls in five states.

Kejriwal is now trying to make inroads into Punjab and Goa, his party isn’t part of the ongoing elections.

Polls were recently concluded in Punjab, Goa and Uttarakhand. They are underway in UP and coming up soon in Manipur. The results of all the polls will be announced on March 11. Modi’s rally yesterday was in Hardoi in UP. Hardoi votes on Sunday in the third phase of the staggered elections.

Though AAP is not part of this elections, it appears the race will be tight with the BJP, the SP-Congress alliance and the BSP being the main parties in the fray.
Meanwhile, Modi said at the yesterday’s rally:

“Samajwadi Party, Congress, Bahujan Samaj Party never thought about the bigger picture. All they did was to serve a select few, guided by political calculations. The fortune of the state cannot be changed until it gets rid of these political parties.”


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