Arvind Kejriwal invites Amit Shah for a debate ahead of Delhi Elections
New Delhi : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday challenged Amit Shah to come for a debate in public ahead of the Delhi election on Saturday.
"Debate is good, come, let us debate. Amit Shah said vote us, we will give you chief minister," the Delhi Chief Minister said.
"They want to know from the country's Home Minister why he cannot get the Shaheen Bagh road opened, why do dirty politics? How is this son of Delhi a terrorist?"
Arvind Kejriwal challenged the ruling party to at least name "likely candidates" for chief minister? "Is Vijay Goes among them? Manoj Tiwari? Smriti Irani? Hardeep Puri?"
On Tuesday, Arvind Kejriwal had announced that if BJP announces its CM candidate for Delhi by 1 PM on Wednesday, he will debate with that person.
Justifying no CM candidate, BJP MP Manoj Tiwari said that it is a part of strategy by BJP to not announce the name of candidate before elections.
"We all will contest together and then after winning we will all decide who it will be," Mr Tiwari told NDTV.