Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday taunted Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking if he would include the topic of India’s failed attempt to get NSG membership in his monthly radio address on Sunday.
Kejriwal asked, “Sir, I hope u will tell the nation tomo why did u fail so miserably at NSG despite so many foreign visits (sic)?”
Sir, I hope u will tell the nation tomo why did u fail so miserably at NSG despite so many foreign visits? https://t.co/cxertqw1Wi
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) June 25, 2016
The Delhi chief minister was responding to Modi’s tweet asking people to join him for his radio address, Mann Ki Baat, on Sunday morning.
His next tweet in Hindi said, “Everybody’s business has collapsed while Adani’s assets are gaining values. What about the business of aam aadmi. When will that grow?”
Dinesh Mohaniya was unceremoniously arrested and dragged in full public view on Sunday as he addressed the media at his office. This prompted the Delhi chief minister to term it as another emergency by Modi.
The incident took place on the 41st anniversary of the anniversary.
Jantakareporter.com was first to highlight how many countries where Modi had visited in the recent past had openly opposed India’s bid for the membership at the prestigious Nuclear Suppliers’ Group. This then snowballed into a huge controversy as the prime minister’s detractors began to embarrass him dubbing it a failed foreign diplomacy.