New Delhi, May 26: The Congress on Tuesday accused the Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government and the rendra Modi dispensation at the Centre of engaging in a “bitter fratricidal” war. “Kejriwal and Modi are fighting a bitter fratricidal war. In this fire only the people of Delhi are burning,” Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala told media persons here, adding: “Kejriwal who is an archist, finds it difficult to govern.” Surjewala said: “Modi, who is uble to digest his defeat in the Delhi assembly elections, is trying to wreck the government.” “They should think of the people of Delhi,” he said. Aam Aadmi Party legislator Adarsh Shastri on Tuesday demanded on the floor of the Delhi Assembly that a resolution be passed to amend the constitution to eble state legislatures impeach governors and lt. governors. (IANS)
'Kejriwal-Modi fighting bitter war in Delhi'