Video: Arvind Kejriwal mocks Arnab Goswami

New Delhi, March 20: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Convenor Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday took a dig at Times Now Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami without taking the latter's name. Talking to the ABP News, Kejriwal said that a part of the media was paid in their functioning and they never questioned the credentials of BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi.

Kejriwal said the claims about agricultural development in Gujarat are not true and the media should scrutinise charges brought against Modi. "Modi's speeches are published on the front page but his mistakes are mentioned somewhere inside. If it is some other leader, the media is after him till his career is finished. The chant 'Nation wants to know whether he should resign or not' goes viral. But why not similar demands are raised about Modi on Snoopgate? Why no question on whether Modi will resign today," Kejriwal asked.

Kejriwal said no media asks Modi whether he will resign

He said Modi and BJP have been winning in Gujarat because there is no opposition in the state, Kejriwal told the channel. He also asked how Modi could become a messiah of the farmers when the community is being treated so badly in his state.

Goswami in known for his words "The nation wants to know" often uttered in a popular daily news debate show on Times Now. Of late, the AAP boycotted the show after Goswami questioned their credentials in the wake of a number of events like holding a dharna in Delhi or allegedly creating ruckus in Mumbai.

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