New Delhi: Taking a dig at both Priyanka and Rahul Gandhi, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said Priyanka Gandhi is wasting her time holding rallies in Delhi.

The AAP Supremo advised ‘Bhai-Behan’ to focus on states such as Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh where their party is in direct contest with the BJP. Criticising them, Kejriwal said both the brother and sister aren’t going to those places where there is a direct fight with BJP.

Apna time waste kar rahe hai. Unko Rajasthan mai jakar rally karne chahiye. Mai unse puchna chahta hoon ke vo Rajasthan kyoon nahi ja rahe hai, Madhya Pradesh kyoon nahi ja rahe hai? Vo Uttar Pradesh mai SP-BSP ke khilaf rally kar rahe hai. Delhi mai vo AAP ke khilaf rally kar rahe hai. Rajasthan mai kare unhone ek bhi? Unhone Madhya Pradesh mai kare ek bhi? Chhattisgarh mai kare ek bhi? Jahan BJP se sidha takkar hai vahan bhai behen koi nahi ja raha dono mai se".

(Priyanka Gandhi is wasting her time, why doesn't she campaign in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh? She is doing rallies in UP against SP-BSP. She is holding rallies against AAP in Delhi. But did she hold any rallies in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh? Both the brother and sister aren't going to those places where there is a direct fight with BJP.)

Kejriwal also targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi who will be addressing his first election rally in Delhi on Wednesday. He said that Modi must answer three questions to the people of Delhi. “People of Delhi have three questions for PM. 1 -Why did BJP allow anti-businessmen policy by doing sealing they could have passed the ordinance and stopped it, 2- At the same Ramlila Maidan Modi promised full statehood to Delhi, what happened to it and 3- what is his relationship with Pakistan as Imran Khan wants him as PM,” he said.

Delhi is set to go for polling on May 12 for the Lok Sabha elections. After multiple rounds of meeting and speculation, there could be no alliance between the AAP and the Congress. This time Delhi will be witnessing a triangular contest between AAP, BJP and Congress.