About the Twitter Spat:
The tweet chain started when Kejriwal condemned the PM’s statement in parliament that the Delhi government led the people out of the state during the first wave of covid-19.
“This statement of the Prime Minister is completely false. The country hopes that the Prime Minister will be sensitive to those who have suffered the pain of the Corona period, those who have lost their loved ones. It does not suit the Prime Minister to do politics on the sufferings of the people,” Kejriwal tweeted.
Tweet by Yogi:
After this, Yogi Adityanath said that Kejriwal’s statement is condemnable and he should apologise to the whole nation, which led to heated comments from both sides.
“Listen Kejriwal, You forced the workers of UP to leave Delhi when the entire humanity was groaning due to the pain of Corona. Your government did an undemocratic and inhuman act like leaving even small children and women helpless on the UP border in the middle of the night. Call you a traitor or…” wrote Adiyanath on his Twitter handle.
His tweet was responded to by Kejriwal in the same tone as he wrote, “Listen Yogi, You just let it be. Just like the dead bodies of the people of UP were flowing in the river and you were giving advertisements of your false applause in Times magazine by spending crores of rupees. I have never seen such a cruel and cruel ruler like you.”
The heated twitter spat did not stop here as Yogi posted another Tweet saying, “The electricity-water connection was cut and the sleeping people were picked up and sent to the UP border by buses. Announcement was made that buses are going for Anand Vihar, beyond that buses will be available for UP-Bihar. The UP government arranged buses for the migrant laborers and brought them back safely.”
He also said that Kejriwal has a knack for telling lies in the same Twitter thread. “Kejriwal has a knack for telling lies. When the whole country was battling a global pandemic like Corona under the leadership of the respected Prime Minister, Kejriwal showed the migrant laborers the way out of Delhi,” he wrote.