"If Advani wants Modi to listen to him, he should drop ‘v’ from his name," Kejriwal tweeted, a day before his visit to Varanasi to announce his formal candidature against Modi.
The BJP patriarch has been having an uneasy relationship with Modi ever since his elevation as the party's Prime Ministerial candidate. Last week, Advani was again locked in battle with Modi over his nomination to contest from Gandhinagar. Advani had expressed willingness to contest from Bhopal but after the intervention by RSS, the senior BJP leader settled for Gandhinagar.
The AAP leader has been attacking Modi over his alleged links with the Adani business group. Kejriwal is also likely to rake up the issue at tomorrow's rally when he is expected to announce his candidature against Modi from the temple city.


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