Kejriwal challenges again EC, like RBI, it has surrendered to Modi
Arvind Kejriwal: The New Delhi chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal yet again indirectly targeted the Election Commission and Modi. Continuing his verbal assault on the Centre on twitter while polling is still underway in Goa and Punjab, Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday asserted that the Election Commission has "surrendered" before Prime Minister Narendra Modi
"EC has completely surrendered before Modiji, just like CBI n RBI," the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Chief said in a tweet.
At one point he says and retreats that the Election Commission is favour and on the other he tweets where he supports that EVMs are Not Working Properly, Many are Pressing Broom button but light is flashing on Congress.
Looking by the inconsistency in the tweets it looks like the Congress is leading in Punjab.
Taking further dig over demonetisation, Arvind Kejriwal tweeted "Modi ji used to say that the menace of black money will stop after demonetisation. However it has been distributed vigorously in Punjab and Goa. Then what was the advantage of demonetisation?," the tweet read.
मोदी जी तो कह रहे थे कि नोटबंदी के बाद काला धन ख़त्म हो गया। पंजाब गोवा में तो जम के बँटा है। फिर क्या फ़ायदा हुआ नोटबंदी का? https://t.co/rTO9nO4iVR— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) February 4, 2017
Kejriwal exuded confidence of his party sweeping to power in Goa and Punjab where polling began Saturday morning, however seeing this tweets it is easy to understand that in case of loss how the blame.
Assembly elections Voting began in Punjab and Goa on Saturday morning for the 2017.
The counting of votes for all five states will begin on March 11.