Kejriwal asks Modi to speak on core issues on Independence Day speech

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should talk about on subject like attacks on Dalits, farmers committing suicide and on rising prices of pulses (Daal) in his weekly radio speeches and in his forthcoming Independence Day speech.

Kejriwal posted on his twitter account, “Sir, please speak on dalit atrocities, gau rakshaks, Kashmir, Akhlak, farmer suicides, daal price. People dying to hear you on these.”

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Kejriwal gave his suggestion after the PM asked to provide ideas for his August 15 speech on social media.

Modi wrote, “My 15th August speech should represent the voice of 125 crore Indians. Share your ideas for the speech on (Narendra Modi) mobile app.”

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Interestingly, Kejriwal the National Convenor of Aam Admi Party (AAP) who is always in rift against the BJP led government.

 

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