NEW DELHI: Not being over with the honourable prime minister’s remarks over ‘revdi culture’, the chief minister of Delhi and national convenor of Aam Aadmi Party Arvind Kejriwal jumped over PM Modi’s statement and made his remarks.
By the end of the year Gujrat will be contesting the election and attending a meeting there with the general public, Modi made a statement in which he discussed the ‘revdi culture’, and the message was pursued by promising free bees. The prime minister cautioned people, especially the youth, against the “revdi culture” and said it could be “very dangerous” for the country’s development.
Later on, AAP’s national convenor and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal took a jump over PM Modi’s revdi statement saying that when revdi is distributed among the public for free it is called prasad.
“Some people are talking about revdi. When revdi is distributed among the public for free, then it’s called ‘prasad’ [devotional offering],” Kejriwal said.
He, however, also added that when revdi “is given for free to your own friends, ministers, then it is ‘pap’ [sin]”.
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