Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress chief Rahul Gandhi over their recent visits to mosques and temples. Aam Aadmi Party supremo Arvind Kejriwal slammed both the top leaders of the country in Tweet saying Rahul Gandhi has been visiting temples and Prime Minister Modi goes to mosques but it won’t build the nation.

“Nation building won’t happen by visiting temples and mosques. It will happen by providing better facilities at hospitals, quality education at government schools, good roads, uninterrupted electricity and water,” said Arvind Kejriwal.

“High schools and world-class research centres are temples and mosques for India in this 21st century,” AAP supremo added.

He retweeted the same post with a picture of Congress chief Rahul Gandhi in a temple and PM Narendra Modi in the mosque.

Earlier on Friday, PM Modi had attended the commemoration of the martyrdom of Imam Husain, organised by the Dawoodi Bohra community at Saifee Mosque in Madhya Pradesh’s Indore. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan was also present at the event. Addressing the event, he praised the Dawoodi community, a section within the Ismaili branch of Shias. He said with their doctrines of peace, unity and patriotism, the Dawoodi Bohra community has shown us the path of righteousness. The community is inspiring the youths in the country, the Prime Minister added.


4 responses to “Arvind Kejriwal takes on Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi, says nation building will not happen by visiting temples, mosques”

  1. AK is correct. But these thick skinned politicians are sensitive to voters during election. They are in election mode 24×7. Schools and colleges are privatised and no more social welfare function. Education is a recession proof industry and private players are sharing the loot with politicians and poor class will now be illiterate in the long run and will not hv broader thinking capacity and this suits these politicians.

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