Former Delhi BJP president and Bhojpuri Star Manoj Tiwari targeted the Kejriwal government during a private function here in Kotwari village of the Rasra area of the district.
The Northeast Delhi MP, who hails from Bihar, said leaders from the state should stop treating its people as their vote bank in other states.
The former chief of Delhi BJP said that even experts are surprised with the provisions of the budget that had been made despite adverse situations arising due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The northeast Delhi had last year witnessed widespread communal violence that claimed over 50 lives and rendered over 300 injured, besides massive destruction of public and private property.
Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has filed a complaint against the two BJP leaders and others for allegedly levelling defamatory allegations against him.
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In a tweet, he wrote: "Mere ghar aayi ek nanhi pari (a little angel arrived at my abode) I am blessed with a baby girl.. Jai Jagdambe."
This comes after Kejriwal ignored Tiwari's Saturday's invite to his residence on Mother Teresa Crescent Road to clear his "doubts" on the laws.
Taking a dig at the chief minister, Tiwari said Kejriwal does not allow anyone to enter his house and refrains from meeting public representatives or extending invitations.
Both the BJP leaders had challenged the trial court’s November 28, 2019 order summoning them and others as accused in the criminal defamation case filed by Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia.
Justice Anu Malhotra had reserved her verdict in the matter on December 7 after hearing arguments on behalf of the two BJP leaders, Manish Sisodia and the prosecution.
BJP MLA Vijender Gupta, represented through senior advocate Sonia Mathur, has also challenged the trial court's order summoning him.
However, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, speaking at an election rally in Hyderabad, called their agitation apolitical.
Gandhi has been attacking the government over the new agri-marketing laws and urged it to hold talks with farmers protesting on the borders of the national capital.
Tiwari, who represents northeast Delhi Lok Sabha constituency, blamed AAP supremo and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for dishing out "lies" through his party MLA.