In a recent roadshow held in Gwalior for the upcoming Madhya Pradesh assembly elections, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supremo, took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and highlighted the list of freebies provided by the government in Delhi and Punjab. Kejriwal questioned why the Prime Minister is bothered when his government offers these benefits.
Kejriwal Questions PM Modi’s Concern
During the roadshow, Kejriwal emphasized that his government ensured various freebies in Delhi and Punjab, including free electricity till 200 units, education, medical facilities, free travel for women, and free pilgrimage for the elderly. He also pointed out the efforts made to generate employment for 12 lakh youths. In light of these initiatives, Kejriwal questioned why the Prime Minister would be bothered if such benefits are being provided despite the rise in essential commodity prices.
‘Free Revdis’ Controversy
Kejriwal mentioned that PM Modi had expressed displeasure when his government initiated the provision of free electricity till 200 units, terming it as giving away ‘free revdis.’ Kejriwal humorously responded to this by affirming that they are indeed providing ‘free revdis,’ offering seven such benefits to the people of Delhi.
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