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Arvind Kejriwal targets Big Bazaar in his latest tweet, asks Modi ‘what’s the deal?’ and gets trolled

Big Bazaar announced that people can dispense up to Rs 2,000 from all its stores across the country.

By: Trends Desk | Published:November 24, 2016 1:41 pm
Arvind Kejriwal gets trolled again for targeting Big Bazaar Arvind Kejriwal gets trolled again for targeting Big Bazaar

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is known to freely and regularly voice his opinion against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Twitter and otherwise. Ever since Modi announced the new move of demonetisation on November 8, Kejriwal has made sure the world knows that he is absolutely against it. Apart from all the tweets narrating the ill effects of demonetisation, he also did a Facebook live video alleging that the PM’s ‘friends’ knew about the new policy and it’s only the poor who are suffering.

Apparently, the Delhi CM believes that every company benefiting after the demonetisation move has struck a deal with Modi. Earlier, he had taken potshots at PayTM declaring that the company is the biggest beneficiary of this new move. “Paytm biggest beneficiary of PM’s announcement. Next day PM appears in its ads. Whats the deal, Mr PM?” he tweeted. But PayTM CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma’s response to him won more hearts on the Internet. “Dear Sir, The biggest beneficiary is our country. We are just a tech startup, trying to solve financial inclusion & make India proud,” he wrote.

After PayTM, Kejriwal took to Twitter to ask the PM ‘what’s the deal’ as Big Bazaar allows withdrawal of Rs 2000 from all its stores across the country from November 24. “But why Big Bazar? Whats the deal Modi ji? First Reliance, then PayTM and now this,” he tweeted.

Just like last time, he got trolled for his tweet.

Recently, Big Bazaar announced that people can dispense up to Rs 2,000 from all its stores across the country. State Bank of India has helped Big Bazaar activate this facility through the bank’s Cash at POS machines. Customers can withdraw cash from their bank accounts of any scheduled bank in the country, the company said.