Charanjit Singh Channi on Kejriwal Clothes: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has given a big statement regarding the remarks made on his clothes. He has also asked many questions while replying by tweeting the comments made by the newly appointed Chief Minister of Punjab Charanjit Singh Channi.
CM Kejriwal has told Charanjit Singh Channi that Channi Sahib, you do not like my clothes. It doesn’t matter to me. But people like my clothes. This is why Aam Aadmi Party is coming to power in Delhi with a vast majority for two consecutive terms.
Punjab CM Made Fun of CM Kejriwal Clothes
Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi made this remark in an interview given to a TV channel. When the journalist told Charanjit Singh Channi that Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal says that Congress has made Punjab a tamasha, Channi said, that brother, tell me, you have five thousand rupees.
When Trakar agreed, he said that in today’s time, 5 thousand rupees are with everyone. Then Charanjit Singh Channi said that man, give 5 thousand rupees to CM Kejriwal to get good clothes stitched. After this, he said that man his salary is Rs 250,000 now. He can’t get some nice clothes.
At the same time, after the interview surfaced, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also said on Twitter that it does not matter that Channi does not like his clothes because people like them.
He further asked the Punjab Chief Minister when he would fulfil the promise of employment, loan waiver for farmers, ensuring punishment in sacrilege cases, action against tainted ministers, MLAs and officials. CM Kejriwal said that Channi sahib you do not like my clothes. There is no problem. People like it. Leave clothes; when will you fulfil these promises?
It was also challenged to fulfil five demands
Let us tell you that in the 2017 Punjab Assembly elections, the Aam Aadmi Party had contested for the first time. Then it got 20 seats out of the total 117 assembly seats, whereas Congress got 77 seats. Last month, Kejriwal went on a two-day visit to Punjab, where he congratulated Channi on the appointment as the new chief minister and challenged the government to meet five demands.