New Delhi, Sept 27: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is in news again, thanks to his tweets on which he made his precious comments on “Make in India” initiative of Prime Minister, who is currently in United States of America. The BJP has replied back on Kejriwal’s tweets saying that the AAP leader is suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder. (Also Read: Technology is a tool to empower and bridge distance between hope and opportunity: Narendra Modi at Silicon Valley)Also Read - Delhi School Reopening News: Expert Panel of DDMA Recommends Resumption Of Classes 6-8 at 50% Capacity
Sharing his views on the United States visit of Prime Minister with meeting top CEOs of digital corporate firms, Kejriwal had tweeted on Sundayu that instead of promoting ‘Make in India’ initiative in foreign land, Narendra Modi should concentrate on ‘Make India’ initiative. He also supported his tweet by saying, “‘Make in India’ se pehle hum ‘Make India’ banaye. Hum shikhsha, swasth aur infrastructure pe dhyaan dein make in India apne aap hoga WE should all concentrate on Make India first. We should focus on education, health and infrastructure, ‘Make in India’ will automatically take place).” Also Read - Delhi School Reopening: Classes 1-8 to Resume Soon? DDMA's Decision Likely On October 27 | Check Details
Taking a jibe at his comment, BJP leader Meenakshi Lekhi said that Kejriwal’s tweets shows his obsession with himself and commented that probably the Delhi CM is suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder. Reacting on his tweets, Lekhi said, “Mr. Kejriwal is probably suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder.” Also Read - Will Chhath Puja Celebrations be Allowed in Delhi? DDMA to Make Decision on Oct 27
Joining Lekhi, the Union Cultural Minister Mahesh Sharma said that the history would remember Kejriwal for his posters and tweets, instead of groundwork. He accused Kejriwal for not taking substantive measures for improving the condition of the capital.