"The language used by him is intended to gain cheap popularity. It is not in good taste," Hooda said.

On Sunday, Kejriwal kick-started AAP's campaign for the Lok Sabha polls from Hooda's bastion Rohtak and called the Haryana Chief Minister a "property dealer".

"Use of this kind of language is unbecoming of a person who has served as Chief Minister (of Delhi)," Hooda said.

On allegations levelled by Kejriwal against him, the veteran Congress leader said he would give an appropriate reply at an appropriate time.

To a question, Hooda said the Aam Aadmi (common man) is with the Congress while ‘Kuch Khas Aadmi’ (a few special people) are with AAP.

(Agencies)

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