Assam Delhi CM

Guwahati, Aug 28: The Twitter spat between Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma and his Delhi counterpart Arvind Kejriwal continued on Sunday as BJP leader reminded the AAP chief of one of his electoral promises. Sarma pulls up the Delhi CM saying why not you wish to visit Assam when the state was in trouble.

Taking a tweet, he said that “Today you are expressing your desire to come to Assam @ArvindKejriwal. I am sad and sorry that such a desire of yours does not wake up when the people of our Assam are facing a horrific natural calamity like floods! And yes, your deputy Chief minister @msisodia an invitation has already been sent to Ji from Assam.”

Earlier in the morning, Sarma said that Kejriwal came to power in Delhi by promising to transform the national capital into London but has now started comparing the city with “small towns of Assam and Northeast”.

He further stated that BJP will make a city “the most prosperous city in the world” if the party gets the resources like the national capital.

In March 2017, Kejriwal had promised to transform Delhi into London if his party wins the MCD polls, but he had later clarified that he only meant ‘Delhi would be as clean as London’.

Taking to Twitter, the Assam CM stated in Hindi: “You got here to strength with a promise to make Delhi like London and Paris, do not you remember? @ArvindKejriwal Yes? If you couldn’t do anything, then began evaluating Delhi with the smaller towns of Assam and Northeast! Believe me, if BJP receives a town and sources like Delhi, then the party will make it the maximum wealthy town withinside the world.”

The spat between the 2 chief ministers started online after Kejriwal had on Wednesday tweeted that the closure of colleges isn’t always an answer and there may be a want to open extra colleges throughout the country. Delhi CM tweeted this at the side of a link to a news report claiming a “closure” of a few colleges in Assam.

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Taking to Twitter, the Delhi CM stated in Hindi: “There is an announcing we have — If a person asks ‘When must I come and that they say ‘Come on every occasion you can, then it means ‘Don’t come ever’. I had requested you — ‘When must I come to look your authorities’ colleges’, you did not inform me. Tell me, while must I come, best then I can come.”

Both Kejriwal and Sarma have exchanged numerous digital verbal volleys in the last four days. Kejriwal’s fresh tweet got here after Sarma on Friday hit out on the Delhi CM and shared a number of the variations between Delhi and Assam.

“Dear @ArvindKejriwal Ji, your lack of awareness is painful. Let me assist you. Assam is 50 instances larger than Delhi! Our 44521 government colleges educate 65 lakh students – in opposition to your one thousand bizarre colleges. Our military of devoted instructors numbers 2 lakh; Midday meal employees 1.18 lakh. Fathom it?” Sarma tweeted.

In every other tweet, Sarma stated, “And yes, while you are in Assam, that you so desperately desire to, I will take you to our Medical Colleges, one thousand instances higher than your Mohalla Clinic. Also, meet our vivid Govt college instructors and students.”

Earlier, on Thursday, Assam CM had slammed Kejriwal over the amalgamation of colleges and requested him to “do his homework” earlier than commenting.

“Dear @ArvindKejriwal Ji-as traditional you commented on something with no homework! Since my days as Education Minister until now, please word that the Assam authorities have established/taken over 8,610 new colleges,” he tweeted.

In a series of tweets, Sarma had also requested what number of colleges did the Delhi authorities begin withinside the closing seven years.

Earlier, Kejriwal had replied to Sarma’s tweet on Friday. “Oh, it appears you took offense. My purpose turned into now no longer to factor out your faults. All people are one country. We ought to research from every other, then best India turns into the primary country,” Kejriwal stated in a tweet in Hindi.

He similarly stated he’s inclined to go to Assam and requested Sarma while must he visit the northeastern country.

“You display me your desirable paintings withinside the area of training. You come to Delhi, I will display you the paintings in Delhi,” he stated.

In the meanwhile, Sarma had claimed that considering the fact that during his tenure because the training minister, the country authorities have, from 2,013 until now, provincialized or taken over non-public colleges into the authorities fold and this consists of 6,802 fundamental and 1,589 secondary colleges, 81 Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya, 3 Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Avashik Vidyalaya and 97 tea lawn version colleges.