Kejriwal alleges political motive behind PM's mother standing in Bank queue

She arrived in a wheelchair assisted by relatives

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has again found a reason to criticise Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Kejriwal was very offended by the fact that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s mother Heeraben Modi
had to stand in a queue to exchange banned Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes.

The chief minister, who has been constantly tweeting against the demonetisation policy of the government took to Twitter to express his anger. Kejriwal alleged that there was a political motive behind PM’s mother standing in a queue to collect money. He tweeted: “Modiji made his mother stand in queue because of politics. If need arises, I will stand in a queue, never ask my mother to stand in a queue.”

Heeraben Modi is 95-year old. She went to a bank in Gujarat’s Gandhinagar to exchange banned currency notes. She was on wheelchair and accompanied by relatives. Later she posed for the cameras with her new Rs 2000 notes. Prime Minister Narendra Modi usually visits her on his birthday every year on September 17.
Kejriwal on his part has vehemently opposed the demonetise move of the government making a series of allegations.