Kejriwal, who is in Gujarat for a three-day visit said that contrary to the claims made, there was no development in the state. "We have seen the development in the state and are shocked to see what has been projected so far," he said.
Kejriwal said that he would meet Modi to discuss what he had seen in the state. He had prepared a questionnaire comprising of 16 questions. " We will go to Modi's house and ask him a range of questions. I will ask him if he will allow increase of gas prices, if he becomes PM," Kejriwal said.
Reading out the 16-point questionnaire, Kejriwal said that there were many issues that needed to be addressed. " Why do small businesses keep shutting? Will Modi concentrate power in the hands of some big industrial houses," he asked.
Raking up Ambanis names he asked why was Modi giving crucial ministried to Ambani's relatives?
Continuing his attack on Modi, Kejriwal said that there was corruption and unemployment in the state. "There is corruption everywhere in the state. There are no primary healthcare centres," he said.