Digvijay Targets Kejriwal Over Fundraising Dinner

Digvijay Singh said there was a huge difference between Kejriwal and Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, who goes to the poorest of the poor, sits down on the floor in their hut, holds hands  and eats with them.

Published: 16th March 2014 05:02 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th March 2014 05:08 PM   |  A+A-

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By PTI

Congress leader Digvijay Singh today  targeted Arvind Kejriwal for his fund-raising dinner in  Bangalore questioning whether the AAP leader, who was charging  Rs 20,000 per person for having a meal with them, can claim to  represent the common man.           

He said there was a huge difference between Kejriwal and  Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, who goes to the poorest  of the poor, sits down on the floor in their hut, holds hands  and eats with them.             

In sharp contrast, Kejriwal charges Rs 20,000 per  person for having dinner with him, Digvijay said in a tweet.             

He said he was not sure if Kejriwal really represented  the common man. 

"Kejriwal aam aadmi hai toh khaas aadmi kaun hai (If  Kejriwal is a common man, then who is the VIP)," Singh  quipped.

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