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The Indian Herald

March 8, 2014

Arvind Kejriwal storms into Narendra Modi's bastion, asks 16 questions, 'exposes' Gujarat model of development

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal has exposed the Gujarat development model, and has targeted BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi over the issue.

In four days, Kejriwal has done what Congress couldn't do in the last 15 years. He managed to bring to fore the issues of common citizen, in the State.

On the last day of his four-day tour to Gujarat, Kejriwal asked 16 questions from the Gujarat chief minister.

Most of these questions aim at sending the message to electorate that there has been little development on the ground. The AAP supremo said that why the condition of government school was so pathetic in Gujarat.

He asked questions about bad condition of infrastructure, poverty, farmers' issues and sops given to big industrialists rather than the ordinary man. Kejriwal wanted to meet Modi but was stopped 5 km away from the CM's office.

Clearly, with Lok Sabha elections drawing nearer, Kejriwal has increased the heat of Modi. In fact, he emerged as an opposition leader in Gujarat, where the Congress party has almost been reduced to a non-entity.

Further, Narendra Damodar Modi's refusal to meet him, has given an edge to Kejriwal. The BJP's discomfort was visible as its leaders had a tough time explaining the chief minister's decision of not meeting Kejriwal.

TIH Bureau

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