Driver who fed Kejriwal dinner now seen in PM Modi's rally

AHMEDABAD: AAP has put its full strength in Gujarat. AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal is busy doing hype with every section of the state. On September 12, Chief Minister Kejriwal had a discussion with the auto drivers regarding this. In that he had received an invitation from an auto driver to have food at home, after that, he went to his house for dinner and at that time there was an argument between Gujarat Police and AAP supremo, but now a new matter has come to the fore about that auto driver Vikrambhai Dantani.

In fact, today PM Narendra Modi inaugurated the metro from Gandhinagar to Mumbai. He also addressed a public meeting on the occasion. At this rally of the Prime Minister, Vikram Dantani was also accompanied by BJP workers and he was wearing a BJP patka and saffron cap. In such a situation, questions are being raised whether there was any pressure on him to invite Arvind Kejriwal to eat at home or whether he invited Kejriwal to his house on his own volition.

Let us tell you that during communication with the drivers, auto driver Vikram Dantani told Kejriwal that I am a big fan of yours. I saw a video of yours on social media, in which you went to have dinner at an auto driver's house in Punjab. Will you come to my house for dinner too? To this, Kejriwal agreed and said that auto people love me in Punjab and here too. You come to my hotel at eight o'clock, we will drive with you to your home by auto. Because of this Laltani nodded his head happily. But due to security reasons, the Gujarat Police has not allowed the Chief Minister of Delhi to go in the auto. However, after a heated argument with the police, CM Kejriwal along with fellow leaders reached the auto driver's house for dinner. A tweet was also made on behalf of AAP regarding this. In which it was said that BJP should make lakhs of efforts but we are not among those who stop.

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