Goa Election 2022: Chidambaram and Kejriwal clashed on Twitter, why did Kejriwal said sir stop crying?

Publish Date: 18 Jan, 2022 |

Since the date for Assembly elections 2022 has been announced, the political heat among these states has been at its peak. Many politicians are changing their parties, oppositions are blaming and complaining about each other and every method is being used to win these elections. The Goa elections 2022 are also witnessing many conflicts among the parties. 15 out of 17 MLAs of congress have joined BJP. Not only this, the fight has reached social media platforms. Many politicians are disputing on twitter and it has gained a lot of stare. 

Congress official P. Chidambaram’s tweet was today attacked by Aam aadmi party chief Arvind Kejriwal. Today, on his official twitter account P. Chidambaram tweeted “My assessment is that the Aam Aadmi Party (and the Trinamool Congress) will only fragment the non-BJP vote in Goa, confirmed by Mr. Arvind Kejriwal. The contest in Goa is between Congress and BJP.” To which Arvind Kejriwal replied ``Sir, stop crying - "Hi re, mar gaye re, my vote has been cut re" Goans will vote where they see hope. Cong is the hope for BJP, not Goans.15 of ur 17 MLAs switched to BJP. Cong guarantee- every vote to Cong will be safely delivered to BJP. To vote BJP, route thro Cong for safe delivery.” Congress and BJP are trying hard to stay at the top because debutante parties TMC and AAP are consistently trying to ruin their game plan. Congress while trying to stay strong has denied all allegations of a merger with TMC. 

The voting will be on 14th February and the result will be announced on 10th March. The elections in Goa will be a worthy fight to witness.


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