Narendra Modi showed his magnanimity today by wishing long life to Arvind Kejriwal on his birthday.
By Rakesh Raman
There are no permanent friends or foes in politics. This saying was substantiated today by India’s Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi when he wished his adversary Arvind Kejriwal “long life and good health.”
Now, Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal can heave a sigh of relief because just a couple of weeks ago Kejriwal had said in a video message that Modi might get him killed.
Kejriwal had said that Modi is so scared of him that he can do anything including the murder of Kejriwal.
Birthday greetings to Delhi CM @ArvindKejriwal. I pray for his long life and good health.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) August 16, 2016
Although Kejriwal could not support his claim with logic about Modi’s bewilderment, he said the Prime Minister is not allowing him to work for the people of Delhi and is responsible for getting his 11 MLAs arrested by the police.
As Kejriwal has been desperately trying to artificially raise his stature to the level of PM, he keeps blaming Modi without any evidence for everything wrong that happens to him or his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government.
Earlier, Kejriwal had called Modi a psychopath and coward without giving any reason for his abuses for the Prime Minister.
Thank u so much sir. https://t.co/SadCCp96du
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) August 16, 2016
Kejriwal and his party AAP had also said that Modi is uneducated and flaunting fake degrees about his educational qualifications. In response, Modi had showed his degrees publically but Kejriwal was not convinced.
However, Modi expressed his magnanimity in his tweet today by wishing long life to Kejriwal on his birthday. Kejriwal thanked Modi in response. All’s well that ends well.
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