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HindustanTimes Sat,27 Dec 2014

Jaitely answers Tweeple on Kejriwal, Ayodhya, infiltration from Bangladesh

Vignesh Radhakrishnan, Hindustan Times  New Delhi, February 22, 2014
First Published: 21:52 IST(22/2/2014) | Last Updated: 22:29 IST(22/2/2014)

Senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley invited and answered questions on Twitter between 5.15pm and 6.30pm on Saturday.

Skirting some queries, Jaitley replied to tweets about a variety of topics such as Kejriwal, northeast, Aadhaar, Telangana and Ayodhya and his own plans for Lok Sabha polls.
 
"Overwhelming response. Had a great time. Will have another one soon," Jaitley tweeted at the end of the session.
 
Here is a collection of some questions followed by Jaitley's answers from his public twitter interview.

@vickyworld143 asked, so if Indira Gandhi's grandson becomes Congress MP, it becomes all about dynasty. What about Shastri N Gandhi's grandsons?

@ganeshspeak asked, With the Parliament being reduced to such an unruly forum, shouldn't we look at Presidential form of Govt? @princedeepak16 asked, why BJP not giving appropriate answer to kejriwal @lalithadithya asked, BJP's vote share in Telangana region is projected to be 6 times higher than Seemandhra, but is betraying the ppl @SinghviYogesh asked, Why we need to have so many identity - Aadhar, NPR, Voter Card, PAN card, Passport. Can't we have a single one. @nationgraph asked, What NDA govt will do when it comes to power on the fencing of our north eastern border & illegal immigrants entering to India? @PanditSreenivas asked, A prominent BJP national leader should contest from South, maybe Telangana. What do you think? @Pradeep28bh asked, Sir can we have your firm Response on Ram Mandir. Whether you will build it or Not. @spiritmol asked, How will BJP educate missguided supporters of #AAP? @manishwebmaster asked, Why central leaders of BJP were not as vocal on Bangladeshi/Pak Hindus issue as Mr Modi is raising today!

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