Arvind Kejriwal not only guessed it right but also correctly informed his Twitter followers about the portfolio Shah would get in Modi's second term as Prime Minister
New Delhi: While almost all political pundits, Twitterati, etc guessed wrongly about Prime Minister Narendra Modi's new cabinet faces, only Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in May guessed it right, at least about the most surprising name of PM Modi's new government – Amit Shah.
Kejriwal not only guessed it right but also correctly informed his Twitter followers about the portfolio Shah would get in Modi's second term.
Kejriwal on May 10 tweeted and said, "Deshwashiyo, vote dete waqt sochna! agar Modi ji dubara agaye to Amit Shah greh Mantri honge! Jis Desh ka greh mantri Amit Shah ho, us desh ka kya hoga, ye soch k vote daalna (Countrymen, think while voting. Amit Shah will be the Home Minister if Modi ji comes to power again. What will happen to a country whose home minister is Amit Shah, think over this while voting)."
Kejriwal, Aam Aadmi Party chief, who has almost vanished from Delhi and Punjab where they had strongholds tweeted on May 10 and now Twitterati has started retweeting Kejriwal's old Tweet because he had guessed it right.
देशवासियों, वोट देते वक़्त सोचना। अगर मोदी जी दोबारा आ गए तो अमित शाह गृह मंत्री होंगे। जिस देश का गृह मंत्री अमित शाह हो, उस देश का क्या होगा, ये सोच के वोट डालना। https://t.co/ws2ZCA7hjv— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) May 10, 2019
AAP which had got 4 seats in Punjab last time, managed only one seat in the 2019 Lok Sabha election. Also, in Delhi AAP candidates couldn't even reach the second position. Even those who were touted to be the face of 2019 general elections failed to gain prominence this time.
The results of the Lok Sabha election have set the alarm bell ringing for the AAP. Arvind Kejriwal has been meeting MLAs from several assembly constituencies and asking them to meet people in their areas and renew efforts in their constituencies.
The party is trying to keep their team intact and reach out to maximum voters as AAP finished third in five seats, and second in two.
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Last Updated 31, May 2019, 4:14 PM