In Delhi, the Aam Aadmi Party won a landslide victory by winning 62 out of 70 seats in the assembly elections and the BJP won the remaining 8 seats. Although BJP's voting percentage has increased compared to earlier, BJP's performance is still not good.
Pakistan's eyes were also on the outcome of the Delhi Assembly elections and as soon as AAP won in Delhi, the people of Pakistan and many ministers started making direct statements about PM Modi on social media.
Pakistan's Science and Technology Minister Fawad Chaudhary, who often comes up for discussion because of his inverse direct statements. After Modi's defeat in the Delhi elections once again, he was seen making such a statement that he broke all the limitations. He tweeted and wrote that Aww, what happened? Along with this, he also called PM Narendra Modi a 'poor'.
Arvind Kejriwal immediately responded to this saying that he is my Prime Minister and Prime Minister of entire India. Kejriwal further said that the election of Delhi is an internal issue of India and we do not need the reaction and interference of the biggest sponsors of terrorism in this private issue.
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