Kapil Mishra Takes A Jibe At Arvind Kejriwal Over AAP-Congress Alliance Kerfuffle, Says "Ghungharu Seth Will Exact His Price Per Seat"

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Amid the back-and-forth between AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal and Congress president Rahul Gandhi over the alliance between the two parties in Delhi ahead of polls, BJP MLA Kapil Mishra has taken to social media, taking a jibe at the Delhi Chief Minister.

Written By Monica Aggarwal | Mumbai | Updated On:

Amid the back-and-forth between AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal and Congress president Rahul Gandhi over the alliance between the two parties in Delhi ahead of polls, BJP MLA Kapil Mishra has taken to social media, taking a jibe at the Delhi Chief Minister.

In a tweet, the BJP leader asked 'if it true that Ghungharu Seth (Arvind Kejriwal) now demanding money for alliance?', allegedly targeting the Delhi CM over the failure of alliance in the national capital. 

"Is it true Ghungharu Seth now demanding money for alliance? The coalition has not stuck due to a seat-sharing agreement, but over the demand for money. (The Price Per Seat - Gupta Ji's): If he gets the entire amount, then the Ghungharu Seth will enter into a coalition. It will 4-3 seat sharing," Kapil Mishra wrote to Twitter.

Arvind Kejriwal and Rahul Gandhi entered into a verbal spat on Twitter over the failure of the Congress-AAP alliance in the National Capital.

Rahul Gandhi took to Twitter and said if Congress joins hand with AAP in Delhi it would mean the rout of the BJP. He also added that even though Congress' doors are still open, AAP chief has made yet another U-turn. 

READ: Arvind Kejriwal Responds To Rahul Gandhi's Plea For Cong-AAP Alliance, Asks 'which U-turn Are You Talking About?'

Responding to Gandhi's tweet, AAP supremo said, "Which U-turn are you talking about? The negotiations are very much ongoing." 

(Which U-turn are you talking about? The negotiations are very much ongoing. I see your tweet on Mahagathbandhan. I am saddened to see that you are indulging in political attacks. The need of the hour is to save Rahul Gandhi from Modi-Amit Shah. It is unfortunate that even in Uttar Pradesh you are helping Modi government by dividing the votes)

Former AAP leader Kumar Vishwas also mocked the two leaders and said that the only thing that makes sense in the entire episode is the word 'U-Turn'.

READ: Kumar Vishwas Ridicules Rahul Gandhi-Arvind Kejriwal's Social Media Alliance Talks, Highlights AAP's 'U-Turn'

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