Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal has come a long way since his days as a close aide of Anna Hazare. From an anti-corruption crusader to Delhi Chief Minister, Kejriwal has hogged the limelight for pretty much everything he has done. While he received many accolades at the start of his political journey, he is lately being criticised for his many u-turns. Here's what some prominent personalities have had to say about this 'mango man'
On 16 April 2014, Delhi BJP President Harsh Vardhan gave some "brotherly advice" to former Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, asking him to "go home and run that NGO of yours". He also called the Aam Aadmi Party leader a "fascist character".
Politicos on Saturday reacted over Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech at National Council meet. While addressing BJP workers during the National Cou... More Politicos on Saturday reacted over Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech at National Council meet. While addressing BJP workers during the National Council meet, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that what BJP achieved in past 60 days the Congress could not in last 60 years. Modi had also said that Amit Shah was the 'man of the match' of the 2014 Lok Sabha polls and Rajnath Singh was the 'captain of the team'. Modi credited party workers for the historic win in the general elections and said that the government needs to function in order to fulfill people's expectations.
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Education qualification: Should Smriti Irani come clean?
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- Yes. She must clarify the discrepancies in her affidavits
- No. She must instead focus on her ministry to prove critics wrong
- Educational qualifications do not matter to become a minister. His/her work counts