NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted at the beginning of today that he "skipped yoga" to meet his 95-year-old mother Heeraben in Gujarat's Gandhinagar. Arvind Kejriwal couldn't avoid a sharp correspond consequently.
PM Modi is in his home state for the "Dynamic Gujarat" worldwide summit which starts today.
The expression "skipped yoga" turned into an inclining point after PM Modi's tweet. The numerous reactions to the tweet incorporated a burrow from Arvind Kejriwal.
"I live with my mom, take her favors ordinary however don't publicize it to the world. I likewise don't make my mom remain in a bank line for governmental issues," the Delhi Chief Minister remarked in Hindi.
Heeraben, otherwise called "Hiraba", lives with her more youthful child Pankaj Modi.
Mr Kejriwal's spike alluded to Heeraben's visit to a bank in November, days after PM Modi declared the rejecting of 500 and 1,000 rupee notes. On November 15, Heeraben went to a bank close to her home in a wheelchair, sat tight and was helped by relatives as she strolled into swap Rs. 4,500 in divisions of Rs. 500. She later postured with a fresh out of the box new Rs. 2,000 note gave to her.
Resistance parties had blamed PM Modi for utilizing his elderly mother as a shield against feedback and outrage regarding the money mash after the notes boycott.
The Prime Minister met his mom her toward the end in December, when he was in the city to address BJP specialists at the gathering's state home office not a long way from his mom's home. Mother and child met for 20 minutes, said the BJP.
PM Modi likewise spent his 66th birthday on September 17 with his mom.
The four-day Vibrant Gujarat summit is fixated on the topic "Maintainable Economic and Social Development". Countless pioneers, worldwide and Indian CEOs are going to the eighth version of the occasion began when Mr Modi was Chief Minister of Gujarat.