"Kejriwal knows he cannot fulfill the tall promises made by him so running away from responsibility," the RJD chief tweeted. "Jan Lokpal bill is an excuse to quit. It's easy for him to abuse from outside, but too difficult to resolve in the capacity of CM," Prasad said on the micro-blogging site. He also questioned whether Kejriwal had sought opinion of the people before quitting. Kejriwal resigned yesterday over opposition to introduce the Janlokpal bill in Delhi Assembly.
Shinde made yet another'mad' jibe at Kejriwal on Saturday
On Saturday, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) addressed a press conference where its leader Yogendra Yadav said the party had accepted Kejriwal's resignation and congratulated him for the decision. He also said that the turn of events at the Delhi assembly on Friday proved that the Congress and BJP were together to stop the AAP's Jan Lokpal Bill from getting passed. "They continued shouting We are 40, which shows that they are togther," Yadav said.
Shinde's jibe at Kejriwal yet again
Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said that it is for the media to decide whether Kejrilwal is mad or intelligent. Shinde had called Kejriwal a mad chief minister a few days ago.