Taking to Twitter, Kejriwal wrote in Hindi, "If Narendra Modi comes to power, then Amit Shah will be the home minister. What would happen to a country whose home minister will be Amit Shah? Think about this and then vote."
Instagram is a different strategy for most top politicians. Here politics and campaigning take a backseat as the focus is clearly on relatability, compassion and humility. And this is clearly in contrast to the in-your-face rhetoric on Twitter or Facebook.
The proposal to install CCTV cameras across the capital has become the latest flashpoint between the AAP government, which links the project to safety, and the Lt- Governor, who has flagged privacy concerns and made a pitch for standard operating procedures. At the centre of debate is a key question: Who controls the data collected from these CCTVs?
"At a time when the whole country wants to defeat Modi-Shah duo, Congress is helping BJP by splitting the anti-BJP vote. Rumours are that Congress has some secret understanding with BJP," the AAP chief tweeted.
In what may lead to fresh confrontation between the Centre and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government, the CBI has approached the Union Home Ministry seeking sanction to prosecute Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s former principal secretary Rajendra Kumar, who was arrested by it earlier this year on corruption charges.