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'Who Took Care Of BJP Supporters' Children's Education?': Arvind Kejriwal Asks Amit Shah

The Union Home Minister should spend a few days in Delhi's schools to watch education revolution, Arvind Kejriwal said.

'Who Took Care Of BJP Supporters' Children's Education?': Arvind Kejriwal Asks Amit Shah
'Who Took Care Of BJP Supporters' Children's Education?': Arvind Kejriwal Asks Amit Shah
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2020-01-25T14:17:15+0530

Taking a dig at Home Minister Amit Shah over his recent visit to a BJP supporter's house, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said the minister must ask his party supporters who took care of their children's education at time of inflation.

Shah posted two photos on Twitter in which he can be seen visiting the house of a BJP supporter.

Kejriwal retweeted Shah's post, saying, "You must ask BJP supporters, who took care of their children's education for five years, who provided 24 hours of electricity to them, when you have caused so much inflation, who are those who made electricity, bus travel free for them. These are all people of my family, I have taken care of them as an elder son."

Kejriwal further said that Shah remembered his supporters at the time of election.

"Sir, you remembered him at the time of election. We are all like a family of 2 crore people in Delhi. In five years, we have changed Delhi together," he said in another tweet.

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In another tweet, Kejriwal, while responding to Amit Shah's charge that AAP government had worsened the condition of existing schools in the national capital, said that the Union Minister should spend a few days in "our schools to watch Delhi's education revolution".

"Will welcome you in Delhi's government schools. Being the Home Minister of the country, if you have any suggestions, then we will work on them after the elections," Kejriwal said, manifesting confidence of returning to power.

(With agency inputs)

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