As the Delhi General elections are on board, the heat already started to vet out in the nation’s capital. Earlier, both AAP and BJP took on each other as their twitter handled continue to involve in a humiliating, sensitive and satirical banter. But it reached a whole next level when the leaders involved in the act.
Yesterday was one such day as Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Friday responded to Home Minister Amit Shah's complaint of not being able to find a free WiFi spot in the national capital. "My phone died, but I didn't get WiFi," Shah said during Thursday's rally. Kejriwal responded by tweeting, "Sir, we've also arranged free battery charging with free WiFi. Delhi has 200 units of free-of-cost electricity."
This came a day after Amit Shah during a campaign rally on Thursday said that he couldn't spot any wifi spot in the national capital. The two also sparred over the installation of CCTV cameras, slamming the BJP, Kejriwal said he is happy that the people of Delhi have forced the Saffron party to ask for votes on the basis of CCTVs, schools and unauthorized colonies.