Chidambaram called AAP a 'vote katwa', Kejriwal replied

New Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal and P Chidambaram have been at loggerheads ahead of the Goa assembly elections on Twitter. Former finance minister P Chidambaram claimed that The AAP in Goa will only cut votes. It has been attacked by Delhi Chief Minister and AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal. Kejriwal even wrote to Chidambaram to stop crying sir.

40 assembly seats in Goa will go to the polls in one phase on February 14. AAP is also contesting in Goa for the first time. At the same time, P Chidambaram wrote on Twitter that he estimated that the AAP (and Trinamool Congress) would only disrupt the non-BJP vote in Goa, confirmed by Arvind Kejriwal. The contest in Goa is between congress and BJP.

Along with this, Chidambaram further wrote that those who want to change the regime (after 10 years of misrule) will vote for Congress. Those who want the rule to continue, they will vote for the BJP. In Goa, the election is clean and clear in front of the voters. Do you want to make arrangements or not? The former Finance Minister further wrote that I urge the voters of Goa to vote for change of power and vote for Congress. In response to this, Arvind Kejriwal wrote that sir, stop crying, 'Hi re, mar gaye re, our vote kata ke re.' The people of Goa will vote where they see hope. Congress is hope for BJP, not for Goa. 15 out of your 17 MLAs went to BJP. The Congress guarantees that the vote given to them will be delivered to the BJP. Congress route is also safe to vote for BJP.

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