Earlier this week, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal had taunted Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking if he could eat food of his choice.
On Wednesday, Kejriwal took another swipe at Modi when he told his deputy Manish Sisodia that the latter’s good work may lead to CBI raids at the behest of the prime minister.
Sisodia on Wednesday inaugurated a newly constructed building of Deen Dayal Upadhyay college in Dwarka in west Delhi along with Public Works Department (PWD) Minister Satyendar Jain.
He tweeted photos of the new building praising the PWD’s efforts
To which, Kejriwal tweeted, asking him to “be prepared” to face the CBI any moment.
“Manish, be prepared. Modi ji will either send CBI against you or declare that u did not have power to construct it (the college building),” Kejriwal tweeted.
“They (Centre) kept troubling us, we kept working. The newly constructed building is indeed splendid. Congratulations to the PWD engineers,” Sisodia said.
“I appeal the DU vice chancellor and the college principals to come to us with a plan of higher and technical education for the rest 1.25 lakh students, we will provide you all the resources needed,” Sisodia said.
Kejriwal and Modi have locked horns since Delhi elections, when the former’s party won a historic landslide by winning 67 out of 70 seats in Delhi.