Chandigarh: Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal was engaged in disputation on Twitter over the three agricultural laws implemented by the central government. They continued to blame each other for the current situation of the nationwide farmers protest.
The Punjab CM in his attack on Monday evening, stated that Kejriwal had 'sold off' the interest of farmers by notifying one of the 'draconian farm bills' on November 23. Captain also said, "Kejriwal would sell his soul if it serves his political purpose and questioned if the Centre had any pressure on the Delhi CM for notifying the bill."
Reacting to this, the AAP chief highlighted that Amarinder Singh was a part of the committee which drafted the three bills in contention, and stated that they were the Punjab CM's gift to the nation. Kejriwal also questioned that why the BJP leaders have never accused the Punjab CM of double standards when they accuse other leaders.