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'Kejri ko clash pasand hai': How Twitter reacted to Arvind Kejriwal's 'Talk to AK' session

It's all about Narendra Modi versus Arvind Kejriwal in Indian politics this weekend.

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal. PTI

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal. PTI

If the awkward meeting between the two at the 11th inter-state council meeting in New Delhi on Saturday was not enough to demonstrate the underlying rivalry between them, Delhi chief minister Kejriwal's interactive session on Sunday definitely escalated the tension between these two political leaders.

In his interactive session, titled 'Talk to AK', Kejriwal took to social media, answered phone calls and appeared on video sessions to address people's questions. PM Modi himself addresses the nation through his monthly radio programme, Mann Ki Baat.

On Sunday, Kejriwal alleged that the Centre has been hampering the progress of Delhi by turning various institutions like the anti-corruption board against the AAP government. "The Centre has done various unconstitutional things to hamper the progress done by Delhi government," he said.

The Delhi chief minister also criticised the Modi government on other fronts.

Naturally, social media erupted, with Kejriwal's interaction drawing a barrage of responses, including many by politicians themselves.

We think Congress leader Digvijaya Singh's creative (and creepy) poem deserves a special mention.

Here are the other reactions to the Modi-Kejriwal tussle and 'Talk to AK':

Updated Date: Jul 17, 2016 16:23 PM

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