You must not miss this Kejriwal vs Amarinder Singh Twitter war

Interestingly, Kejriwal accepted Singh's challenge and suggested four names from AAP for the debate asking the Congress leader to choose date, time and place of debate of his choice.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 26, 2016 2:05 pm
 Amarinder Singh, arvind kejriwal The two leaders have been increasingly trading barbs on Twitter as the Assembly election nears.

The face-off between Congress leader Amarinder Singh and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal took a fresh twist on Monday with former challenging the latter for an open debate than making allegations. Interestingly, Kejriwal accepted Singh’s challenge and suggested four names from AAP for the debate asking the Congress leader to choose date, time and place of debate of his choice.

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Kejriwal, who released the party manifesto on Sunday and wowed to end the drug mafia in Punjub if voted to power, suggested the name of H S Phoolka, Jarnail Singh, Bhagwant or Gurpreet for the debate. On being told to name candidates for the debate, Singh asked Kerjiwal is he scared of facing him?

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Kejriwal has been making allegations against Congress and Akalai Dali ever since the Aam Aadmi Party announced to contest elections in Punjab. Recently, the AAP chief accused the Congress’ Punjab CM hopeful of using “drug money” in his campaign.

“Sir, ppl talking in Punjab that u using (Bikram Singh) Majithia’s drug money in ur campaign. Is it true? U had saved him from CBI enquiry 3 yrs back (sic),” Kejriwal tweeted.

Majithia is Punjab’s Revenue Minister.

Singh put out a stinging response to Kejriwal, saying he was “hallucinating” and seeing things that “don’t exist”. Singh also dismissed AAP’s challenge in Punjab saying Kejriwal as somebody who make statements to grab headlines.

The two leaders have been increasingly trading barbs on Twitter as the Assembly election nears.