Arvind Kejriwal drags Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi into Ambani row

Rahul Gandhi, Narendra Modi and Arvind Kejriwal
New Delhi, Feb 16: After resigning as Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal now started targeting Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi. Throwing an open challenge for BJP's PM candidate and Congress's Vice President, the AAP leader now asked them to break their silence over the gas price controversy involving Reliance Chairman Mukesh Ambani.

While tweeting from his Twitter account, Kejriwal first asked Modi to address the issue while addressing a mega rally which is scheduled to be held in Himachal Pradesh on Sunday, Feb 16.

Later, he also questioned Rahul's stand on the higher gas price controversy while calling Congress the "dukaan (shop)" of the Ambanis. Kejriwal tweeted, "Why Rahul supporting higher gas price for Mukesh Ambani? Is Cong ambani's "dukaan", as claimed by him? Rahul shud explain in today's rally."

Why Rahul Gandhi supporting higher gas price for Mukesh Ambani?

The Congress Vice President embarked on a two-day visit in Karnataka. He is expected to address an all-women meeting in Tumkur, Karnataka on Sunday.

Earlier on Saturday, Kejriwal said that he would write to Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi and will ask them to address issues of corruption. "No one till date has pointed fingers on Mukesh Ambani and Anil Ambani. The moment AAP did that BJP and Congress joined forces together," he said.

"Modi and Rahul Gandhi are just faces of the corporate forces that are controlling the political system in the country and our PM is obligated by political duties. He won't be able to address the Ambanis' and their corruption," he said.

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