Twitter Reacts as Arvind Kejriwal Blames Narendra Modi for CBI Raid


The blame game between the political parties kicked off Tuesday morning when the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal blamed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for conducting a CBI raid in his office. Kejriwal shared his disappointment on the social networking sites through a series of tweets and called the PM as “coward”. Kejriwal tweeted, “When Modi cudn’t handle me politically, he resorts to this cowardice.” he later posted

However, according to the clarifications provided by the CBI, the raid was conducted at the IAS Officer Rajendra Kumar’s office and residence in regard with corruption allegations against him. Kumar, who is the Principal Secretary to the Delhi CM, has been alleged for providing benefits in the form of contracts to a few private firms. Kumar has also been questioned earlier by the anti-corruption team in respect with the 2002 CNG fitness scam. As revealed by a leading agency, the CBI has recovered three immovable properties papers and 2.4 lakhs from Kumar’s home.

The Rajya Sabha had to be adjourned till 2 pm after there was hue and cry about the CBI raid at the Delhi Secretariat. While the finance minister Arun Jaitley clarified the stance, other BJP leaders expressed resentment on the accusations laid by Kejriwal on Modi.







While the details by the CBI has not been revealed, is it justified when a CM of India’s capital city uses abusive words for the PM of the country on the social media? What example is he trying to set for the common man to follow?

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